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    I know a lot of streamers that are streaming their talents as a DJ, but more of the talent comes from reforming the music and doing mashups with mixing. This will involve borrowing several popular songs in the meta and artists that are quite established in the music business. I am curious as to what the threshold is for reforming music as a DJ on twitch; whether or not streamers are allowed to do so, or how much they are allowed to do so (sample size of lyrics/music).