In this clip from www.artistshousemusic.org – Jeffrey Brabec, Vice President of Business Affairs for the Chrysalis Music Group, talks about fair use. Brabec explains that fair use is just like parody. Brabec shares that there are five elements in determining whether something is a parody, such as the requirement that the song must make fun of the original instead of using it in a different context. Brabec points out that fair use is a complicated area nonetheless. For instance, a novelist using several lines from a well-known novel is a difficult situation. However, there are some instances of fair use that are straightforward. A reviewer reviewing a composition can definitely comment on a particular aspect of the song. Also in this segment, Brabec covers the original purpose of fair use. Fair use was created to protect individuals and allow reviewers and not for profit situations to use copyrighted works.