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What artists want in software: An ode to Dream Studio

I am an artist and the sole maintainer of Dream Studio, a free[he]nbsp[/he]and open source creative system.[he]nbsp[/he]Though most of the software is maintained by others who maintain their own Ubuntu PPAs, which are included with Dream Studio by default (which is, itself, based on standard desktop Ubuntu), I create the default themes and overall look of Dream Studio, package the various multimedia categories, create the installer disc (and Dream Studio for Ubuntu), and write a couple of the programs and scripts included with the distribution.I[he]#039[/he]ve been a professional musician for 12 years and recording music for 17.[he]nbsp[/he]I[he]#039[/he]ve also been creating graphics like[he]nbsp[/he]band logos, concert posters, T-shirt designs, and CD packages for 10 years, and making music videos for the last 5. I feel I have a pretty good idea of what artists want in a creative studio, and[he]nbsp[/he]because I believe in open source, I[he]nbsp[/he]want to share the tools I use personally with the whole world, as so much software has been shared with me.


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