[Ardour-Users] subscription support down, your ideas sought
eviltwin69 at cableone.net
Tue May 13 13:43:59 PDT 2008
On Tue, 2008-05-13 at 14:58 -0400, Dave Phillips wrote:
> For may part, I'll start by raising my monthly subscription payment. I
> can also run another Ardour update at any time for LJ on-line. I have
> another deadline coming up for a hard-copy article for LJ, so perhaps we
> should do that interview ?
> I agree with others re: YouTube and other contemporary comm channels. My
> Windows-bound students have made good use of the Reaper and Audacity
> tutorials on YouTube. Some similar tutorials/demos for Ardour might help
> spread the news.
> How much publicity have Ardour and JACK received in the mainstream
> publication channels for the Mac ?
> I don't know what it would take to get Electronic Musician or Keyboard
> to run a serious look at Ardour. Maybe invite their reviewers to a demo
> at NAMM or a similar show ? Though I imagine that would be costly.
> IIRC, my articles for LJ and O'Reilly revert to my possession after a
> certain time. However, anything I've written about Ardour is too
> outdated for reprinting. I'd prefer to write a new one. So which
> publications (on-line and hard-copy) are the most important targets ?
How about TapeOp? They seem to be open to all kinds of different
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