Made in Linux vol.1: Tux Power

In 2004 Linuxaudio.org has released its first compilation CD of music by artists using libre software - Made in Linux Vol.1: Tux Power. It is now available in FLAC format (362MB tarball), which can be decoded to WAV for CD burning, or played directly in your favourite FLAC application.

Alternatively, you can download preview versions of the individual tracks in Ogg Vorbis format below, or download a readme file which has the full details of the tracks including the software and hardware used to create them. Or download all preview tracks and the readme file in a single tarball of under 30MB.

Tracklist

  1. Dave Griffiths - Latiaxis
    Licence: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0
  2. Torben Hohn - Wo sind wir
    Licence: Redistribution permitted
  3. Kai Vehmanen - Traaginen runnoja
    Licence: Redistribution permitted
  4. Brian Redfern - Zusa
    Licence: Open Music "green" licence
  5. Frank Barknecht - Invitation to the Pure Data Trigger Gang Bang
    Placed in the Public Domain
  6. The FSB's - Babylon
    All rights reserved
  7. Eric Devost - RagReggae
    Licence: Redistribution permitted
  8. Robert Jonnsson - Norma
    Licence: Creative Commons Attribution 1.0
  9. RachelAPP - I want some sweets
    Licence: Redistribution permitted
  10. X-11 - Can't put me down
    Licence: Personal Music Licence
  11. Austin Acton - One Percent
    Licence: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial
  12. Ryan Gallagher - Departure
    Licence: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0
  13. Michal Seta - In a vacuum
    Licence: Creative Commons ShareAlike
  14. Aaron Johnson - Planetscape
    All rights reserved
  15. J.C. Wilson - 1 of 5
    Licence: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 1.0
  16. Joseph Sarlo - The Scent of Vanilla
    All rights reserved
  17. Ivica Bukvic - SlipStream Scapes V: Lullaby
    All rights reserved

CD Covers

Preview:

  • Front PNG (249KB)
  • Case PNG (161KB)
  • CD Label PNG (84KB)

Download:

The CD was made entirely using Linux, including sequencing, synthesis, recording, mixing, mastering and insert production. If you would like to replicate the CD for distribution contact Ivica Ico Bukvic (ico at linux audio dot org).