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List: New Yorkers Linux Scene
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I am thinking of putting together a Free Software Linux Audio and Midi
tools In Service presentation.
I would like to ask what kind of things people might be interested in.
My tendency would be towards Soundfile transformation, morphing,
effects, etc. and ways of creating sound atmospheres through small
alogorithmic composition tools.
But I could also do a disscussion of how to clean an audio file and best
prepare it for compression, or a sort of audio file formats discussion.
A Midi discussion would mean getting some gear together which I don't
have at the moment.
But I'm all ears. What kinds of things would people be interested in?
New Yorker Linux Users Scene
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