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Crafting Digital Media: Audacity, Blender, Drupal, GIMP, Scribus, and other Open Source Tools [Paperback]

Daniel James
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I give it five out of five stars. Consider it a Most Highly Recommended purchase - Dave Phillips
--Linux Journal, February 1, 2010

From the Publisher

This is a book for anyone using GNU/Linux who wants to be creative employing the tools GNU/Linux has to offer them. It is for GNU/Linux artists who want to make their tools serve their creative goals, while not having to worry about the money to pay for those tools. It is a book for anyone who wants to be a part of the creative community in GNU/Linux.

About the Author

Daniel James is the director of 64 Studio Ltd, a company that produces a 64-bit GNU/Linux distribution designed specifically for creative users, and does custom development work for OEMs with multimedia products. He worked on LinuxUser & Developer magazine for around seven years, serving as editor from autumn 2005 until early 2007. More recently, his media work has expanded to include a long-held interest in sound recording, with several music and voice-over projects completed at his own studio. He also contributes regular articles on music recording and related technology to Linux Format and Sound on Sound magazines.
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