[Ardour-Users] subscription support down, your ideas sought

Kevin Cosgrove kevinc at cosgroves.us
Tue May 13 22:10:05 PDT 2008

On 13 May 2008 at 14:58, Dave Phillips <dlphillips at woh.rr.com> wrote:

> IIRC, my articles for LJ and O'Reilly revert to my possession after a 
> certain time.

Hmm, I wonder if the article I wrote for LJ in 1997 would revert to 
my possession by now?

> However, anything I've written about Ardour is too 
> outdated for reprinting.

"Blame" that on those "pesky developers" who keep adding features and 
fixing bugs.

> I'd prefer to write a new one. So which 
> publications (on-line and hard-copy) are the most important targets ?

I really think we should approach "Recording".  You can find them here
http://www.recordingmag.com/index.html  They frequently cover things
one can do with a DAW, and they'll cover all the most popular 
commercial DAWs in one article on a particular recording or editing 

"Pro Audio Review" has covered Audacity at one point, but they don't 
normally deal with DAW software.

I have musician friends who subscribe to "Keyboard" and also to 
"Electronic Musician".  They say really good things about both 
magazines, but I haven't found them terribly useful, being a drummer.



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