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License Of The Album Brining Down The Fairy Tale-

Free Cultural Works LogoThis work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license. This is a freely licensed work, as explained in the Definition of Free Cultural Works. Below are listed any further freedoms and requirements.


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Freedome To UseFreedom #1: Use/Performance - you have the freedom to use the work and enjoy the benefits of using it (personal or commercial).

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Freedom To Make Changes And ImprovementsFreedom #4: Derivatives - you have the freedom to make changes and improvements, and to distribute derivative works.


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Source Data RequiredSource Data / Practical Modifiability: All source files must be made freely accessible to the public in a free file format. While non-free formats may sometimes be used for practical reasons, a free format copy must be available.  A free file format is one that is not encumbered by any copyrights, patents, trademarks or other restrictions so that anyone can use them at no monetary cost for any desired purpose.
This album (Bringing Down The Fairy Tale) was composed in FL Studio. While anyone may download the FL project files on this website, FL Studio is not free to use for 'any desired purpose'. However, there are MIDI files available for the compositions, as well as WAV files for any audio in the songs (vocals, sound effects, ...).

No DRM/TPMNo Digital Rights Management: Derivative works must be available in a form where no technical measures are used to limit the freedoms enumerated above.