The source code of the music
allanirving at allanirving.co.uk
Mon Jun 9 13:56:07 UTC 2014
Not personally a music producer or that knowledgeable in relation to music
formats, but I haven't heard much noise regarding open source formats for
it. Sounds like an interesting and worthwhile project.
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On 9 June 2014 14:09, Massimo Barbieri <massimo at fsfe.org> wrote:
> Il 08/06/2014 21:10, Tobias Platen ha scritto:
> > Hello Massimo,
> Hi Tobias!
> > Some years ago I discovered a VOCALOID which is nonfree software,
> > and I started writing a free as in freedom replacement.
> Thanks for developing free software!
> > I also compose my own songs using LMMS, Rosegarden, MMA+Linuxband and
> > eCantorix to create singing in a non-Japanese language. I also do
> > workshops at Anime conventions where I introduce people how to use the
> That's cool! Because we have published also the Ardour session of our
> song some people wrote me that they found it useful in order to
> understand how to use Ardour and how to apply plugins to the single tracks.
> > I release the source code of my music under the GPL and/or CC-BY-SA
> > license. However I do not know if the copyleft of the GPL can be
> > applied to music.
> I think that the CC-BY-SA is the license that is closer to the
> principles of the GPL.
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