Was Joseph's before the deadline on the 11th? Just curious :)
Music that is deejayed isn't copyrighted like other music that you purchase on an album is, it's allowed to be redistributed, remixed and remastered at a whim because you purchase each track via www.beatport.com for said purposes. If necessary, I can have my boyfriend provide purchase receipts for each track he remixed in the background including the producer name and track title to confirm fair use rights.
I would be perfectly alright if the entire video was muted to be re-used, as well as my other submissions on a different video. What stands is that I without a shadow of a doubt, without cheating and taping the hoops together, BEAT this record fair and square. I had no control over if my boyfriend decided to play music in the background and would take it back if i could, but can PROVE that his music is fair use.
Thank you so much Dan! :)
When is the last day that this record can be broken? Is it 100 days from when it was originally broken or is the entire competition only for 100 days.
Yeah ok, whatever. For the sake of validity it should have to be a whole watermelon. Knock the sand out of your panties and get over it... I'm just stating what any legitimate record breaker would have to abide by in this specific competition. Have fun!