[LAU] John Option: Where is my car? - New song and new Ardour project available

Massimo Barbieri massimo at fsfe.org
Mon May 11 11:35:45 UTC 2015

today we have published the video of another single of John Option:
Where is my car?.
The song is published under the terms of the Creative Commons License
(CC-BY-SA) and it's completely produced with free software:
Ardour, Hydrogen, Jack, Qsynth, CALF, and many other
great free audio software that we used under Debian GNU/Linux.

Here you can listen the single and see the video (made with kdenlive):


As for the previous songs we have done a little more in the direction of
freedom and we published in our website[1] the single recording tracks
and the complete Ardour session. All this material is published under
the terms of the Creative Commons license Attribution Share alike so
that anyone can use our tracks to produce a remix of our song or even a
new song that have to be published under the same license.

You can find all about our project here: http://johnoption.org

I hope that you like our choice of freedom. If you feel like I'd love
to read your feedback, because the encouragement of the people who
listen to us and appreciate the philosophy of our project is the only
fuel for us to continue. And if you like to be updated about our next
release, please subscribe to our YouTube channel or any other social
network you like (see link to our profiles on our website[1]).

Best regards,

 1. http://johnoption.org
IM: massimo at jabber.fsfe.org - GnuPG Public Key-Id: 0x5D168FC1

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