You can have your own version of the Chinese electronic musician’s song, but you’re not allowed to record it yourself.
And you’re also not allowed, for the most part, to share your creation with the world.
The law does allow you to have your “work” uploaded on YouTube, but it only applies to video uploaded by the creators of the original work.
That’s because the YouTube service has a requirement that it only allow “materials that can be lawfully uploaded by another person, including videos.”
So for example, the original song could be on YouTube and the remix could be uploaded by someone else.
You would have to go through a process that includes having your music licensed by a record label and then uploading the original to YouTube.
You also have to make sure that you’ve properly licensed your music.
But if you do it all yourself, you’ll be liable for the music you’ve made, regardless of whether you can legally get it on YouTube.
That is, you may not be able to use it in an advertisement or a promotional video.
The Chinese government has said it is working on a new law that would make it illegal for anyone to create their own electronic music.
In a blog post, the ministry said the law would also ban all unauthorized recordings of songs.
The new law is part of a crackdown on “illegal online music services” that has seen tens of thousands of songs and videos removed from YouTube.
So if you’ve been listening to Chinese electronic artists in the last year, you might be interested to know that they’ve been doing it their own way.
A few weeks ago, I sat down with a few of the country’s most famous electronic musicians to find out how they are making their own music.
Here’s what we learned.