Re: Choosing a license for Frets on Fire songs
Donnellan <email@example.com> writes
Sounds like an easy target for a "restraint of trade" action. Problem
is, you need a guinea-pig, who would be gambling their career on it ...
On 3/28/07, Matthew Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Yes that's the contract you have to sign to be part of Teosto (which you
to do if you ever want to make a living in Finland as a musician).
Ouch. As was indicated earlier this seems standard for all performance
Anthony W. Youngman - email@example.com