Ardour and Funding

Kiernan Holland rofthorax at
Mon Sep 7 06:35:00 BST 2009

Or maybe better yet, a contest, when you pay for entry into the contest, and
all the contributions go into creative commons, The top ten make it into the
album, but everything in the album has to be made with open source software,
such that the resulting files can be created raw simple audio tracks without
effects or with midi data using sound fonts, patches or other such things.

Or have some musicians put a CD together of some music created with Ardour
and Jack, and put the result into creative commons, if people raise enough
money, with the money going toward the developement of Ardour.

Another example would be say having a number of people submit songs, and
showing how they made the song with Ardour and other packages. Then submit
that. And sell the DVD that includes the files used to make the songs, and
the tutorials.

On Sun, Sep 6, 2009 at 10:28 PM, Kiernan Holland <rofthorax at>wrote:

> Maybe they should do what the blender project does to make money.
> Make a album say, and release the music and the samples used to make the
> song, and jack setup, and such open source or creative commons. So that
> people can experiment with the files and learn from them.

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