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Revision as of 20:37, 30 June 2010


Contents

The OSM Podcast

Link

http://opensourcemusician.libsyn.com

About

The show is hosted by Daniel Worth and Steve Baer, and is recorded live every two weeks. A calendar of the recording schedule is available at http://live.pipemanmusic.com. The podcast covers the use of free libre and open source software for musicians. The show covers topics like software, gear, audio releases and recording. There have also been a few interviews with people from the Linux audio community, notably the lead developer for the Ardour Project Paul Davis [1]. There have also been a number of listener submitted segments on the show.

Contact Info

Email: osmp at pipemanmusic.com
Voicemail: http://opensourcemusician.libsyn.com (click on the call me button)
IRC: #opensourcemusicians on Freenode
Identca group: !OSMP
Daniel Worth:
Steve Baer:

History

The Open Source Musician Podcast was started in march of 2008 by Daniel Worth in response to wanting a podcast similar to "Inside Home Recording" but using free and open source tools.
Originally, it was conceived to be a one man show. However, the first attempt felt awkward so a co-host was sought out and found in the form of Nick Willbanks. Daniel met Nick at a CLUE(Colorado Linux Users Group) meeting where Nick helped Daniel get Ardour running with some tips on compiling and configuring jack. Nick left the show after 16 episode after joining the United States Marines [2]
Steve Baer, a listener of the show and frequent Linux podcast theme contributor, asked to start an IRC channel for the show after frequent music related discussions in the freenode.net/#lottalinuxlinks IRC channel. After struggling to figure out the new direction of the show Daniel asked Steve to be interviewed [3] for the show so he could put something out while he figured out a new format. After a listener suggested it, Daniel asked Steve to co-host the show with him.

Collaboration

Looking for an easy way to contribute to the show? Become an OSM researcher!

Articles

Software - The best of the best in Linux audio
Awesome Lads
Tips and resources on how to achieve and understand the Lowest Latency Nirvana state
Cool software ideas
How we do the live show and edit the podcast
Tips for releasing your music with Creative Commons license

Notable Users

Find out more about the people in our community by reading their user pages
Notable Users
Personal tools