Monday, June 9, 2014

John Option

John Option

Well, it has been a long time since I did a little Free Music pushing here but today is the day.

I point you to:

John Option and their video:

My monkey



I was reading the Linux Audio User mailing list today when I saw their post. Here is a little excerpt:

"Of course the song is published under the terms of the
Creative Commons License (CC-BY-SA) and it's completely produced only
with free software: Ardour, Hydrogen, Jack, Qsynth, CALF, and many
other great free audio software that we used under a GNU/Linux system."

and:

"So we published the single recording tracks of the song My
monkey and the complete Ardour session. All this material is published
in our official website[1] under the CC-BY-SA license so that anyone
can use our tracks to produce a remix of our song or even a new song
that have to be published under the same license."

Way to go John Option! I wish you much success with this effort.

You might find some stuff on the Packet In wiki that be useful in your efforts.

So folks, look in on John Option and give them a listen.

drew

Friday, December 18, 2009

Sunday, November 22, 2009

More Free Music

More Free Music

I just came up with this line today:

"If you want to see more Free Music made, listen to Free Music more."

Thoughts?

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Free Music Distribution Setups

Free Music Distribution Setups

In this post I want to consider what would be a good setup, hardware and software wise, to distribute Free Music in the particular case of a DJ or musician or band doing a Free set or a Free show.

Consider:

D-Link DSM-G600 Wireless G Network Storage Enclosure
plus an installed disk.

or

N+ Wireless Router plus a USB external disk or USB flash drive.

all songs to be played could be loaded onto the gear and made available for download before, during, and after the set or the show.

Consider:

Zoom H4 Handy Recorder


The show itself could be recorded and put on the earlier system for download immediately after the show.

I am looking for other ideas along these lines as well as pointers to other hardware that could do the job better and or cheaper.

Do you know of any Free Music artists / DJs doing something like this now?

What about video of the event? Would that be more difficult license wise?

all the best,

drew

Saturday, October 24, 2009

FreeMusicPush

FreeMusicPush

This is the beginning of the Free Music Push. (Libre Free that is. FAIF Free that is.)

I have also set up the FreeMusicPush google group.

Please join the group if you are interested in fostering Free Music and those who make it.

Please join the group if you make Free Music.

Please join this group if you are a DJ who would be willing to play a Free Music set or night.

Please join this group if you are a musician or in a band and willing to play a Free Music set or show.

Please see Freedom Defined if you want to know what we mean by Libre Free. Freedom Defined google cache.

EDIT Oct 25/09:

Just created the freemusicpush project at launchpad to host the development of any custom supporting software.

EDIT Oct 25/09:

Just created the freemusicpush group on facebook.

EDIT Oct 26/09:

Just created the freemusicpush group on identi.ca

all the best,

drew