Audio Production on Linux
Podcaster and co-host of LINUX Unplugged and TechSNAP. Background in Physics, Computer Science, and Operations. Runner, reader, and dog owner.
Join Jupiter Broadcasting to explore the basics of digital audio, its implementation on Linux, and the hardware and software you'll need to get started producing your own music, podcast, or other audio project.
Suitable for anyone interested in audio production and Linux, or just curious about how podcasts are made.
Topics include: - Intro to Digital Audio - ALSA, PulseAudio, Jack, and Pipewire - Open source recording and editing software - Microphones, Interfaces, and other hardware - Q & A
Participants will learn the basics of audio production on Linux and leave with resources for further exploration.
- 1 h
- LinuxFest Northwest 2019
- Jupiter Broadcasting