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Thanks Steve and Gary
Thats good input. It looks like alot of them are old and the copyright has
expired. The others I might just try to group and sell as blank tapes or
donate if there is any interest.
Good group of thoughtful folks on this list - nice to see how you help each
other, thanks again.

On Sun, Sep 22, 2019 at 5:35 AM Steve Smolian <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> These are typically sold on Ebay as "used tape" with classical content,
> etc.
> and a scan of the box info.  This seems to  sastify Ebay.  How copyright
> lawyers  may feel about this is another matter.
>
> Steve Smolian
>
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> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] [EXTERNAL] [ARSCLIST] Old vinyl on reel to reels
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> Hi Curt,
>
> It's ok to make tape copies of commercial recordings for one's personal
> use.
> But, this is probably copyrighted material and it may be illegal to sell
> the
> copies. There are others on this list who are more knowledgeable about
> copyright laws on sound recordings, who I hope will offer their
> perspective.
> But, my initial reaction is that they cannot be legally sold.
>
> Best,
> Gary
>
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> Subject: [EXTERNAL] [ARSCLIST] Old vinyl on reel to reels
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> Dear arsclist, your group seems very knowledgeable in this area so I am
> hoping someone could help with a bit of advice.I inherited hundreds of reel
> to reel tapes from a relative who was a quality engineer and amateur
> audiophile. He meticulously dubbed, labeled and typed up the data from old
> jazz, blues, big band and classical glass, 78s and 33s onto the r/rs along
> with a few oneoffs or old radio. Also had 100 or so factory produced r/rs
> and some unused r/rs. (And similar cassettes also) I am looking for any
> advice on how to find someone who appreciates these genres and would be
> interested in buying the lot, it's in the Los Angeles area. If anyone has
> any advice on that I would appreciate it much.Thank you for any helpCurt
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