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    As a child, Serge Ternier fell in love with the sounds of the carnival bands that would pass near his house in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Now one of the top music producers in the country, Ternier is faced with the reality that Haitian law offers little protection for music copyrights, and he must decide whether to quit the music business altogether, in order to provide financial security for his family.

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