nagado bachi (usually larger diameter, harder "kashi" wood)
cold run of everything thus far
- Slowplosion A
- Slowplosion B
- True or false: The concept of copyright is defined in the US Constitution.
- The purpose of copyright is:
- True or false: You have an amazing song in your head and sing it to an unscrupulous producer who steals it. You can sue for copyright infringement.
- True or false: You have an amazing song jotted down on a napkin and an unscrupulous producer steals it. You can sue for copyright infringement.
- How does one obtain the copyright for a work they've created?
- Which of the following can be copyrighted?
- Who decides if a song infringes copyright?
- Is it technically legal to quote another musician's melody in a jazz piece?
- Is it technically legal to learn and practice another taiko group's piece in practice?
- Is it technically legal to upload a video of a taiko group's performance to Youtube?
- Is it technically legal for Tao (or some other taiko group) to play "Zoku" by Kodo at Disney Hall?
- What is "fair use"?
- True or false: The current length of copyright is "life of the author".
A) To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and Discoveries.
B) To promote Justice and Integrity in Science and useful Arts, by respecting the Essential Rights of Authors and Inventors.
C) To promote the Advancement of Science and useful Arts, through the Establishment and Enforcement of "Intellectual Property" for Authors and Inventors.
- A taiko song
- A taiko rhythm
- A taiko movement
- A taiko stand design
- A Matsuri Crashers solo
- An arrangement of M-patterns
-- Digital Downloads and Physical Products: The songwriter / publisher statutory rate for permanent digital downloads is 9.1¢ (with 1.75¢ per minute for songs over 5 minutes).
-- Sonny Bono Copyright Extension Act extended these terms to life of the author plus 70 years and for works of corporate authorship to 120 years after creation or 95 years after publication, whichever endpoint is earlier. Copyright protection for works published prior to January 1, 1978, was increased by 20 years to a total of 95 years from their publication date.
- What is the key difference between copyright and copyleft?
- True or false: When a composer chooses copyleft, she relinquishes her copyright in the work.
- True or false: After releasing a work under a copyleft license, an author cannot "revoke" the offering.
- True or false: An aspiring remixer should always ask permission from the original composer before using a copyleft work.
- True or false: The term "Open source" was created to appeal to business interests but means the same thing as "copyleft".
- True or false: The Creative Commons suite of licenses are acceptable for LATI repertoire.
- Copyright is a complicated legal concept, with boundaries determined by courts.
- Copyleft is a reaction to the over-reach of copyright.
- Copyleft allows modification and sharing as long as subsequent works are covered by the same license.
- double-speed Maracas as cue, and answer