Ethics Questions

Discuss general aspects of Genii.

Postby Carl Mercurio » 02/11/02 06:34 PM

If you pay to see someone lecture as part of your conference registration, and the guy demonstrates and explains an effect, are you then free to use that effect in your own professional act...even if it's never been published...and provided you put your own spin on the presentation?
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Postby Guest » 02/11/02 06:40 PM

If it was explained at a LECTURE there is a general assumption that it is for general use by lecture attendees. I should add though that when I am lecturing I try to stress to the atendees the reasons why they need to use their own "personality" infused with the effect as opposed to performing it the way I do otherwise they look like a copy of the priginal and usually it never comes off as good that way. Nothing ethically wrong if you are using something you learned at a lecture.
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Postby Carl Mercurio » 02/11/02 06:44 PM

Thanks Paul,
I agree with you on all counts.
Carl
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