June 4, 2004

Music Education With Linux Sound Tools

I lead a rather odd lifestyle, working at home then suddenly taking
off for a Linux conference somewhere in the world, and I'm frequently
asked just what it is I do for a living. I enjoy the question, because
it gives me a chance to expound on how I use Linux to earn my daily
bread. My livelihood consists of three major involvements: writing
(books and articles), performing (blues and classical music), and
teaching (guitar, bass, and music theory and composition). I'm an Old
School performer, so you won't see a computer on my stage, but I do
use Linux for all my writing activities (vi rules!), and in this
edition of my monthly musings I'll describe how I use Linux software
for music instruction.

Link: linuxjournal.com


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