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Re: How creativity is being strangled by the law

If your professional audio card is not able to provide you with a stereo mix, then something is broken, either in the software or hardware domain. It is not RIAA's or IFPI's fault, either way.

On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 1:11 PM, Stephen Goodman <spgoodman@earthlight.net> wrote:
Thanks Louie.  Another issue that's not been discussed here affects us even more: the covert elimination of "Stereo Mix" from sound card drivers, thanks to our old pals at the RIAA.  Once again, the RIAA and its cronies are attempting to eliminate our ability to record our own work, while preparing to whine about how the presence of a "Stereo Mix" option on Recording Devices constitutes an invitation to steal (aka "piracy", which the RIAA and IFPI continue to manically claim is the sole cause of reduced sales).

interesting view of it: