Dapat i-appreciate natin ang nagaganap sa music scene and carry on.
Last year, Tanner made me an amazing bed out of an old chicken coop door, and made some cubbies for an endboard.
Debbie Gaite of Filscap explains the hows and whys of music copyrighting. He brought up an interesting point when he asked, who gets paid when a song quotes from the Bible? He urges them to keep seeking out their minds and experiences to create music. As a career, sometimes artists adjust to what will be commercially viable.
She also stresses that Filscap is really about protecting the artist, they safeguard the artist from abusive users of their creations. Filscap is a non-stock non-profit group of composers, authors and publishers. (sabi ko si God) He also raised the fact that perhaps because it helps in the evangelization, open source ang Bible of ideas. He also thinks that maybe unoriginality is a symptom of laziness. Aaah, the age-old war between commercial and critical success ensues.
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Let's learn a bit more about copyright laws and intellectual property rights management. Edwin Sallan is one of the essayists of "Tikman ang Langit," the book on the Eraserheads.