Re: [linux-audio-user] More Homemade Music --

From: nigel henry <cave.dnb@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Sun Jul 03 2005 - 20:16:54 EEST

Hi Steve. Really liked the finished product. It's got a nice jazzy feel to it.
I could see it being used in a romantic comedy type film where all sorts of
stuff goes wrong, but sort of gets sorted in the end. Perhaps at the end of
the film. The last few shots running into the credits. It's probably not long
enough for the whole of the credits, but most films seem to use a couple of
music tracks to end with. Nice work. Nigel.

On Sunday 03 Jul 2005 2:48 pm, Steve D wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 02, 2005 at 11:02:38AM +0100, tim hall wrote:
> > Yes, I took my time getting round to looking at Ardour. I have found it
> > very intuitive to use and as you say, you only need to know a limited set
> > of functions to record and master a basic multitrack piece. I'm beginning
> > to think of it as the audio equivalent to GIMP, rather than the Linux
> > equivalent to ProTools.
> >
> > tim hall
> >
> --- --- ---
> Good way of looking at it. After only two full days with Ardour, I have
> become surprisingly familiar and relatively comfortable with it and am
> starting to like Ardour a *lot*. I clicked the "Support Ardour" PayPal
> link at the website and donated some money to the project.
> I used to use Apple Macintosh computers before switching to Linux about
> 1998, and spent a fortune on graphics and MIDI/audio programs such as
> Adobe PhotoShop, Opcode's Studio Vision Pro, etc., and their regular
> upgrades. Now I get to use all this equivalent-functionality stuff in
> Linux for *free*, so I have begun to donate to various projects whose
> products I use, in a kind of random and sporadic, impulsive but regular
> way. I'm very grateful for them.
> I'm also grateful for your suggestions, as well as Mark C's and Thorsten
> W's, regarding the arrangement and mix of the little piece I recently
> recorded. I re-recorded the piece from scratch taking into consideration
> every suggestion. Not that anyone would care, but the new version is
> here:
> --the old version (for comparison) is here:
> -steve d
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