Submolecular: Protecting music copyright at the submolecular level

ImageEvery soundwave beyond it’s digital encryption also contains a submolecular signature that can easily be arranged to create say, a form of submolecular LOCK on any musical communications products. It would mean being able to stop radio waves from a broadcast being picked up by magnetic tape, any types of disks and other mediums. Sure, simple in theory, and I may not be the only person whom has thought of this, and yes, this technology is not quite yet available today, but IBM and some Chinese communications transfer research projects are getting pretty close. Though, even if available, this type of ‘ molecular lock ‘ would be quite expensive to implement immediately. So, people in the music business must consider solutions that first and foremost are economically viable to produce, and in sync with the technology that IS here and everyone is using .  Now, THAT is the TRICK, bigtime. I have brainstormed many concepts that are mechanically viable for example, producing a DVD-R type product or Blu-Ray that will play to only the device it is played upon and is non-transferrable to any type of flash and cannot be picked up by laser to send down the fiberoptic line for retreival(stealing), and without giving it away just yet, the concept involves USING the DVD MEDIUM, but simply altered slightly to function in a completely different way yet still insertable in any player system, and it is economically viable. However, even with this, still we must deal with open speaker systems from which soundwaves can easily be grabbed, and THAT is truly the final frontier where only a submolecular technology could facilitate a final solution. How much trouble the average person wants to go to rerecord music from outspeakers is negotiable which brings me to my next point. . . Simple Human Logistics.  –  A non-technological way, though also not perfect is simply to form a World Musician’s Union wherein everyone agrees to not upload their songs and videos to where they can be accessed for free, and only recorded upon say Blu-Ray and other DVD and particularily Mini-DVD and Mini-CD type product formats(with my proposed anti-transfer technology) that MUST be inserted into players that facilitate those products only ( such as Home Entertainment Systems , disc players of any kinds.  Sony has stopped marketing it’s Minidisk players and are no longer available on the market. I personally feel that retraction was a bit premature. Obviously the basic conclusion everyone in the communications industry has come to is that really the up and coming generation is fine with only downloading artist’s music and album art on their PMs(Personal Mobiles), and yes it does seem to be an overwhelming landslide in that direction , but. . . I am going to say that I am still a strong believer that human beings are still exceptionally tactile sensory beings who like to FEEL a solid object in their hands ( say obviously an artists new Blu-Ray or DVD disk of whatever type, with the physical artwork right there, just like Coke,, hey it’s the REAL THING, right? ) Do you want to drink a REAL Coca-Cola this evening or a virtual one, if that could be accomplished? haha….Ofcourse, the new physiopsychological dynamics of the new generations growing up also need to be considered because true enough, human beings need or desire to be so tactile, touch-sensory oriented may possibly be altered permanently, so only time and observation can provide us with the hard reality on this subject.


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