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Aaron Wolf shares his practical tips for getting your Linux-based computer ready to handle professional-quality music recording, editing, and production.
10 comments Posted 13 Jan 2016 by Aaron Wolf Feed
Home Linux music server
Chris Hermansen explores some popular options for creating your own Linux-based music server, and looks at the hardware, software, and configuration issues which may emerge.
31 comments Posted 11 Jan 2016 by Chris Hermansen Feed
The 1Wamp is a new DIY guitar amplifier, built the open source way.
4 comments Posted 6 Jan 2016 by Ray Rodriguez Feed
Audiophile Chris Hermansen explains the benefits of a two-sound-card setup for Linux music listening.
31 comments Posted 4 Jan 2016 by Chris Hermansen Feed
Open source music tools
Explore some of the many open source tools designed especially for musicians, from sequencers to synthesizers to tuners and more.
18 comments Posted 10 Dec 2015 by Jason Baker (Red Hat) Feed
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Linux-loving audiophile Chris Hermansen explains the benefits of lossless audio formats, and why he ultimately chose FLAC for audio.
40 comments Posted 9 Nov 2015 by Chris Hermansen Feed
You may use something obscure, or you may use a more popular video player. Which open source video player do you use? Tell us why you love—or hate—it. And, give one of these open source options a try:
12 comments Posted 4 Nov 2015 by Opensource.com (Red Hat) Feed
open source music
Audiophile Chris Hermansen shows us a few Linux-compatible places to get high-quality digital music.
19 comments Posted 2 Nov 2015 by Chris Hermansen Feed
Sam Aaron shares why he created Sonic Pi, an open source live coding synthesizer that lets people use code to compose and perform their own music.
2 comments Posted 19 Oct 2015 by Lakshmanan G Feed
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Today pianist Kimiko Ishizaka and MuseScore.com made their recording and score of Johann Sebastian Bach's collection of solo keyboard music, called the Well-Tempered Clavier, available to the public domain so anyone can download and fork it. The project is called the Open Well-Tempered Clavier. And... Read more
3 comments Posted 19 Mar 2015 by Robert Douglass Feed

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