Re: [linux-audio-user] Re: "Made with Linux" List?

From: Dave Phillips <dlphillips@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Thu Jun 02 2005 - 15:54:28 EEST

Hi Mark:

  I've had this idea of turning over parts of the soundapps pages to
interested readers. If someone wants to collect the URLs for sites
featuring music made with Linux software, I'll post the lot under the
Linux Music. It would be helpful if the collection were cast in the same
(brief) style I use now. I'll be happy to acknowledge section
organizers/maintainers. If anyone's interested please contact me off-list.

  I look at the growing list of stuff to add to the next edition, and I
say "Oh no, not again..." :-/



Mark Constable wrote:

>On Thursday 02 June 2005 09:04, Paul Winkler wrote:
>>On Wed, Jun 01, 2005 at 02:59:34PM -0700, Erik Steffl wrote:
>>> I think the point of having examples of music made with linux (i.e.
>>>tools available for linux) is to be able to see what can be done, to
>>>have subsequent discussions about which LADSPA plugin was used and all
>>>that stuff. IMO it makes sense for lot of people on this list.
>And even better is if the cream of that information made it
>thru to a more persistent medium like a wiki so that other
>folks, other than those that happen to be on this list when
>a juicy message comes through, can also benefit from this
>flow of info. Non-searchable mailing-list archives are
>usually a lost cause that most folks do not want to use.
>Then we await for Dave Phillips to condense all the list/wiki
>info into a nice digestible format that makes sense :-)
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