Just hang out with me and have someone to chat with. And maybe listen to my music.
I got hit by a car and suffered a traumatic brain injury
Yes! It's licensed Creative Commons 3.0 NC. Which means you're free to remix, share it, and more. Just don't resell it.
Yes! See the question / answer directly above. It's licensed Creative Commons so that you can do fun things with my music.
Not really. But I wouldn't be against it.
No idea. It will take anywhere from a few months to a few decades. I'm just along for the ride to see what happens. Come join.
Rarely. After everything that happened to me I don't want to spend my time making other music. I want to create my own music. I still might do the occasional cover song in the future, but it's not something I'm passionate about any more.
It was a good time, arranging all those songs from 2009-2014, but it's time to move on because life is short and there's so much music in my head. I need to get it out to the world.
<a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/">Creative Commons 3.0 NC</a> is "sort of" like being public domain - in that I'm allowing people to edit and share my work, non-commercially of course.
So you don't need to worry about being sued or getting a copyright strike on a Youtube video. However, I get to retain all of my rights to the music I write. It's a cool tradeoff. Everyone is happy.
And note that Creative Commons isn't just for music - it's for anything digital. But I write music instead of, say, selling videos about how to cook. Besides, I'm horrible at cooking.