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master record

[′mas·tər ′rek·ərd]
(computer science)
The basic updated record which will be used for the next run.

master record

A set of data for an individual subject, such as a customer, employee or vendor. See master file.
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Because, after all, the primary asset that a record company has is the intellectual property that an artist creates for them: the master recording. (ANI)
The issue relates to copyright and to "neighbouring rights," also known as "related rights." Neighbouring rights is a term in copyright law used to describe the rights of performers and master recording owners (record labels).
This equates to an average price of $US 0.10/sq cm or $US 0.64 per sq inch and does not include initial costs such as design, master recording, and data processing.
This re-issued certified stereo master recording features Valdes at the peak of his career in the company of a superb Latin big band.
"Each Master Recording made, furnished or produced by Producer hereunder (including all duplicates and derivatives thereof, and the copyright in such Master Recordings for the full term of copyright and any renewal and/or extension of such copyright), shall, from the inception of recording, be exclusively and perpetually, throughout the universe, the Record Label's property, free of any claim whatsoever by Producer or any person, company, or entity deriving any rights from Producer, as "works made for hire" specially ordered or commissioned by the Record Label"
The judge also held the companies in contempt w hen they refused to surrender the master recording.
Short description of anskaffelsenI according to A* 14-4 f to existing task system upgraded with a web solution for master recording in 2014.
Much like Puente's master recording titled In Session, this is a well orchestrated jam session.
Or to be more precise, master tones, which take the technology from the electronic bleeps that blast out something resembling a Britney Spears track when a phone rings, to using the actual master recording.
A telephone ringtone using the actual master recording of a song or piece of music.
By contrast, the artists "felt that, since they had to pay recording costs and other expenses, they acted like an independent contractor rather than an employee," and therefore have the stronger claim on the master recording, the source says.
Asked by Swift about recording past songs so she can regain control of her master recordings, she said yes.

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