The OSM Podcast
- Current Episode (#69) - Latency
- For the archive of all podcasts, please visit http://opensourcemusician.libsyn.com
Tunestorm #12 Anger
- Due Date: End of July (TBD)
- Write a song without words or lyrics that expresses the emotion of anger!
- DueDate: Current Patchstorm is closed.
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- The show is hosted by Spencer Jackson. 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 . There have also been a number of listener submitted segments on the show.
- Email: osmp at pipemanmusic.com
- General OSMP Blog: http://opensourcemusician.blogspot.com/
- Voicemail: http://opensourcemusician.libsyn.com (click on the call me button)
- Identca group: !OSMP
- Daniel Worth:
Tunestorm Contact : Sim
simta at hotmail dot com (please tag subject line with tunestorm)
or you can catch me in the IRC room. Please note i'm based in the U.K so the times i'm in the room will be reflected by this.
- 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 
- 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  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. Steve co-hosted the show from Episode 19 to 46 and has since left the show amicably in the hands of the superbly capable Mike Holstein.
- Mike Holstein was a co-host of OSMP bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience as an in the trenches gigging upright bass player.
- Spencer Jackson, a general nobody, rises from the dust to become the new OSMP host, anxious to let someone else take on this grand, prestigous honor. But for now he's happy to contribute something back to the community!
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- News- Anything, including everything below. Make a bulleted list and I'll read through it next episode.
- Show Notes
- Music Theory Book
- Interviews- Ideas for future interviews.
- Tech Segments- Ideas for future tech segments
- Audio Releases- A place to post peoples audio releases to mention on the show.
- Software Releases- A place to post important software releases to mention on the show.
- Gear- A place to post ideas on gear to review on the show.
- Software Reviews- A place to organize info on future software to reviews.
- Song Lyrics - A place to work collaboratively on Lyrics.
- Ubuntu Studio Ad #1 - Community driven ad to raise awareness of the multimedia capabilities on Linux.
- TuneStorm - the musical uncompetition.
- CollaborationTech - What tech can we use to collaborate musically if we aren't in the same location.
- Hardware/Software Set-Up Discussion - 'this is what i do, and here's why...'
- Beginning Audio Series for HPR and OSMP Release - planning area for series suggested by ken_fallon
- Open Source Musician Sample Project - Creating a sample library for use by the great community.
- 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
- How to Think Like a Drummer: Programming Hydrogen
- Find out more about the people in our community by reading their user pages
- Notable Users