Recorded with my Sony Ericson W810 I, at the Canadian Music Event 2007 conference. Barely audible (I was too far away, really) but still, a quite remarkable cut that I managed to snag from Mitch Bainwol, CEO of the RIAA "You cannot give up on the notion that music is property because once you do you almost by definition reduce or diminish the investment in the private music sector..."
I got news for you, Mitch: the notion of music being 'like any other property' was only possible in an entirely controlled, monopolized market. That was TEN years ago. Music is all about ACCESS, today. The question of property is moot - monetize access! Watch this