Presented by:

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Aaron Wolf

from Snowdrift.coop

Aaron teaches private music lessons (in Oregon City and Portland prior to covid, now online via Jitsi Meet) and is otherwise an activist and advocate for Free Culture and Free Software.

He is co-founder of the in-progress fundraising platform Snowdrift.coop, which aims to support widespread community patronage of freely-licensed creative works.

No video of the event yet, sorry!

The range of options for music-making on GNU/Linux with free/libre/open tools stretches from music-focused programming languages like CSound and PureData to simple tools like Audacity, Ardour, Guitarix, Hydrogen, and Musescore which are accessible to novice members of the general public.

We'll explore the options for different sorts of musical creativity, focusing on the basic tools and how to get them set up effectively on GNU/Linux, and how to get involved with the Linux music community. We will emphasize the basic audio set-up issues and common tools for beginner with brief mention of some of the more advanced options.

Date:
2015 October 24 - 13:30
Duration:
50 min
Room:
Room 3184
Conference:
SeaGL 2015
Language:
Track:
Difficulty:
Easy

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