Re: [linux-audio-user] "Music" made with Linux!

From: Mario Lang <mlang@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Sun Jun 26 2005 - 17:49:39 EEST

Wolfgang Woehl <tito@email-addr-hidden> writes:

> Mario Lang <mlang@email-addr-hidden>:
>> I recorded three tracks of maultrommel (Jaw Harp). Using headphones,
>> I monitored the mic output directly, and had a metronome beeping away
>> in my left ear. The first track was a fairly steady beat-like track.
>> The rest was imporived on top of that. In fact, this is the
>> realisation of an idea I had years ago, to use a maultrommel as a
>> synth-like instrument for pseudo-techno. I will probably add a
>> didgeridoo into the mix, and do it all over again with the windows
>> closed and the tv off :-) sometime soon...
> Mario, nice, maultrommel is just great. Have you btw ever played with
> freewheeling ( It is completely
> keyboard driven and gives you *very* direct access to looping
> improvisation.
> The GUI is quite beautiful but not needed for anything really.

No, I haven't tried freewheeling, I was always under the impression
the GUI is at least required to get it up and running. Since I dont
have any X server or equivalent running here, that is quite a dependency
chain to get something up and running just to use it with ones keyboard :-).

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