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LMP Asks #6: An interview with Markus Schmidt

LMP Asks #6: An interview with Markus Schmidt

This month we talked to Markus Schmidt. Markus has been a member of the Calf team since 2009. As well as being the brains behind many of the Calf plugins, Markus is also responsible for the design of every visual aspect of Calf.

Hi Markus, thank you for taking the time to do this interview. Where do you live, and what do you do for a living?

LMP Asks #5: An interview with Damien Zammit

LMP Asks #5: An interview with Damien Zammit

This month we talked to Damien Zammit. As well as being the developer of zam-plugins, he has also contributed to the coreboot project, Calf studio plugins and Linux drivers for various audio interfaces. He maintains his own website over at ZamAudio.com.

LMP Asks #4: An interview with the 'Infamous' Spencer Jackson

LMP Asks #4: An interview with the 'Infamous' Spencer Jackson

In our first interview of the year, LMP talks to the brains behind the Infamous Plugins suite, Spencer Jackson.

Hi Spencer. Thanks a lot for doing this interview! Where do you live, and what do you do for a living?

I live in Logan, Utah, USA. I’m an electrical engineer in the R&D department at ICON Health and Fitness. I do a lot of embedded development and focus on maintaining product quality in our Freemotion brand.

LMP Asks #3: An interview with Aurélien Leblond

LMP Asks #3: An interview with Aurélien Leblond

In this interview we talk to Aurélien Leblond of one man band, A Violent Whisper. Aurélien has ported Alsa Modular Synth modules over to the LV2 plugin format. He has also been hacking away on adding new features to Hydrogen

LMP Asks #2: An interview with Hermann Meyer of Guitarix

LMP Asks #2: An interview with Hermann Meyer of Guitarix

In this interview we talk to Hermann Meyer, founder and lead developer of Guitarix, a modular, virtual amplifier for Linux. 

LMP Asks: Eat the apple – an interview with Red Plastic Label

LMP Asks: Eat the apple – an interview with Red Plastic Label

In an old farm near Milan, Italy, live and work the people at Red Plastic Label, a web-based label that produces and promotes her artists using open source software and creative commons licenses. LMP had the opportunity to ask them what they do, how they do it and why.

Who are Red Plastic Label?

Content Wish List

The content wish list is a list of articles and tutorials we would like to see on LMP. If you do have knowledge on anything in the list and are considering contributing content, please do contact us.

If you are a new user who is interested in a specific piece of software and would like to see it covered on LMP, please do contact us so we can add it to the wish list. There is also a survey that you could fill out if you would like to tell us more about general content that you would like to see on LMP.

How to contribute to Libre Music Production

As Libre Music Production (LMP) is a community driven project, we need contributions from people like you, the user, to make it successful. The following is a list of areas to which you can contribute.

Articles and Tutorials

A big focus of LMP is providing articles and tutorials, to help users learn how to get the most out of Libre music software. Articles and tutorials can either be in written form, or presented as a video, whichever is your preference.

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