music

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
Sheet music with geometry graphic
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
Jazz jam sessions are improvisation sessions in which musicians get together to play in a creative and relaxed environment, much like open source communities.
4 comments Posted 1 Oct 2014 by Luis Ibanez Feed
Open source music
My friend Mary, a folk singer, stopped by to visit spontaneously this evening. "What are you up to?" she inquired. "I'm recording a music video for a new folk song," I explained. "The Firefox Phone was announced last week, so I need to compose a song about it."
2 comments Posted 14 Mar 2014 by Phil Shapiro Feed
 Open Well-Tempered Clavier Bach to Bach
Serendipity was once described to me as looking for a needle in the haystack and finding the farmer's daughter. In the case of the Open Well-Tempered Clavier, it was rather trying to make an open source version of Bach's music and finding out that blind musicians face a critical shortage in the... Read more
3 comments Posted 14 Oct 2013 by Robert Douglass Feed

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