Zumba's business model is as such- - They 'register' Zumba instructors (for a fee)- They charge their instructors a monthly subscription fee- Zumba provides the instructors with "approved" music monthly- Zumba (the corporation) handles the music licensing for public play, and share that approval with their instructors through that monthly subscription feeThis all being said- the Zumba group should (if they are official, Zumba- licensed) have legal permission for their music to be played with their performance, and they should be able to contact the Zumba corporation to get this music track for playback at their event. If Zumba no longer offers that track, you should ask them to consider choosing another song. But, since they are Zumba-licensed, I BELIEVE you can live stream the YouTube video legally. (But, we're professionals, and that's not something we'd like to ever to. )-Ray
If someone is performing
If someone is performing a choreographed routine, it is unlikely they will consider another track, nor is it appropriate that an audio operator would suggest such a thing. If they have mixed a couple of tracks together, for instance, you will be stuck with their mix, because the choreography will require the exact timing. ..
unless of course, you can get the original tracks and remix it yourself.... a lot of effort to go to for a 2 minute Zumba demonstration, though.
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