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

From: October <extremecs@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Mon Jun 27 2005 - 07:32:53 EEST

Hey, sounds nice! I understand why you are
considering a didgeridoo as well after listening to it

I second the advice on checking out Freewheeling.
Been having an awful lot of fun with it myself lately
(although I can't get the internal Fluidsynth
programming to change with the given controls and midi
input seems soft on my machine).

Looking forward to your next song!

Jon Hoskins

--- Mario Lang <mlang@email-addr-hidden> wrote:

> Hi.
> Its not at all finished or polished, but since this
> is my first multitrack
> recording I couldnt resist having you all join in on
> the listening fun:
> Things used:
> * Some AKG Mic (I forgot the numbers)
> * TubePre
> * RME Multiface
> * JACK
> * Ecasound
> * LADSPA (for the ecasound metronome :-)
> 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...
> --
> Have fun!
> Mario

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