Emancipating The Outer Valence

by Various Artists

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libre. free as in speech. open source. freely licensed.

that's what this compilation is all about. all software to be informationally free (with exceptions made for operating systems and embedded firmwares), using informationally free formats, and distributed through Bandcamp, which at least has a public API.

bonus points were provided for full free software, free (open source) hardware, and using freedom as a theme.

all donations received will go directly to the developers of the software used.

extensive notes about the process and the problems included which will be of interest to artists and developers alike. there also may be some other interesting extras…

the total audio package contains two full CDs worth of free (in both senses of the word, though, again, a donation will ultimately help similar future projects) sound art.

more info can be found here:
wp.me/p1gIV-8g

this is the first official Brownian e/Motion(s) release, catalog number e/BM(s).

credits

released February 14, 2012

curated by Walter Lapchynski.

artwork created from the circuit diagram for the Mutable Instruments Shruthi-1, an open source hardware project, using mtPaint in Lubuntu by Walter Lapchynski.

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Brownian e/Motion(s) Eugene, Oregon

A Creative Commons netlabel of challenging and independent musicks revolving around principles of creativity, craftsmanship, collaboration, open source, and, of course, Discordianism.

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