[ubuntu-uk] Fwd: Manchester Free Software Talk - Dan Lynch, Audio Production with Free Software

Tim Dobson lists at tdobson.net
Fri Jul 17 21:35:21 BST 2009

All you Loco people near Manchester might be interested in this - it's 
this tuesday!


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Subject: [Fsuk-manchester] Manchester Free Software Talk - Dan Lynch, 
Audio Production with Free Software
Date: Sun, 12 Jul 2009 17:09:51 +0100
From: Lucy <lucybridges at gmail.com>
To: Manchester Free Software <fsuk-manchester at nongnu.org>

Manchester Free Software's next meeting will be on Tuesday 21st July 2009.

This month's talk will be given by the prolific podcaster and
musician, Dan Lynch. Dan will be giving a talk entitled "Professional
Audio Production With Free Software". Where he'll be going through the
free software tools he uses to make the Software Freedom Law Show
amongst other podcasts. He'll do a live demo (hopefully) and cut
together a quick example podcast. He'll also talk a bit about audio in
general on Linux and discuss areas where it could be improved in
comparison to proprietary software.

Dan is currently involved in the Linux Outlaws, Software Freedom Law
Show and Rat Radio podcasts. A selection of Dan's music is available
at danlynch.org/music.

The meeting will take place at the usual time, 7pm, at the Lass
O'Gowrie pub on Charles Street in Central Manchester. We will be
located in the Salmon Room upstairs, although there will be people
around a little earlier downstairs (probably sampling the food and
drinks on offer). Just ask at the bar if you can't find us. Their
website[1] has full details of how to get there and the fine selection
of food and drink available. The venue also provides wifi.

General information about Manchester Free Software meetings can be
found on our website[2].

If you would like five minutes to tell us about something, please
contact us at <team at manchester.fsuk.org>.

[1]: http://www.thelass.co.uk/
[2]: http://manchester.fsuk.org/blog/meetings/

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