Everyone deserves music and access to music technology at all levels: and not just technology that’s designed with planned obsolesence or intentionally limited flexibility (a common feature of proprietary hardware). There’s many good reasons I develop, contribute, and support Free / Libre / Open (F.L.O.) Technology. Check out my projects and contact me if you are interested in consultation or any of my other services as a Programmer, Teacher, Instrument builder and Interface Designer. Thanks for visiting.
I have been trying to cultivate a bit more of a consistent content production, and for sake of simplicity, I have been using a well known and proprietary media platformCaution: The following link is not FLO!
Things have been quite busy in the past year, but I’m making a point to keep this site more updated (today’s date seems appropriate). I’ve started a page for my project, the Glass Beatstation. I’m also performing on (and giving talks about) it regularly, and have begun collaborating with a number of local musicians in …
Just got back from Linux Audio Conference at Stanford (more about that later), but I’m teaching a workshop on Sunday for anyone who is interested https://www.universe.com/events/dorkbot-workshop-linux-audio-and-music-making-tickets-portland-R4MD8G