Yes, there are a number of other rights under copyright law. For example, the owners of master recordings control the reproduction right for their copyright protected work, and are entitled to compensation for exercises of that right (such as background music suppliers and DJs). For more information about the reproduction of sound recordings, please visit the websites for CONNECT Music Licensing (at www.connectmusic.ca) and SOPROQ (at www.soproq.org). Similarly, both the owners of sound recordings as well as performers on those sound recordings are entitled to compensation for the performance of the sound recording. These are called “neighbouring rights,” and they are administered in Canada by Re:Sound. Please visit their website at www.resound.ca for more information.