Re: [linux-audio-user] Call for collaboration

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Date: Wed Jul 13 2005 - 17:48:09 EEST

On Wed, 13 Jul, 2005 at 01:57PM +0200, Christian Schumann spake thus:
> On Wed, Jul 13, 2005 at 10:57:32AM +0100, wrote:
> > I erally like what you have already. I know you said your timing was
> > imperfect, but that's just a bonus for me - if I want human-like
> > timing, I have to work at it to stop it being perfectly timed. A
> > little bit of organic sound goes a long way!
> Hm, spending more time making music by hand rather than by computer, I
> usually try to play as precise as possible. That's something that won't
> work after a hard day. So the main problem is that I am not completely
> happy with what I've played. If that's fine for you, so be it.

I like it, but it's up to you - you're the guitarist.
> > > > Do you have the guitar parts recorded separately? I'll put them in
> > > > with the rest of the stuff, get the levels right and shufty things
> > > > around so that they get the space they need in places.
> > > It's all done in ardour. 6 tracks of guitars (3 guitars, each stereo). I
> > > can put up the tarred session for you, but this would have to wait to my
> > > lunch break.
> > No rush - I'm off to work now myself, and probably won't have much
> > time until the weekend now. I have to prepare for a job interview on
> > Friday and a conference next week. In fact, two conferences, but I
> > have someone else to do the presenting for me on the second. If I get
> > everything done by the weekend, I can then spend some more time on
> > this track.
> ok, the session is at
> Everybody else: Please do NOT download this session if you do not plan
> to participate. It's roughly 500 MB, and I will be in trouble if too
> many people downlad it.

Eeek! It's on it's way to me at the moment. Is each track a separate
audio file that can be overlaid? Or have you chopped out the

Thanks for this,


> Christian

"I'd crawl over an acre of 'Visual This++' and 'Integrated Development
That' to get to gcc, Emacs, and gdb.  Thank you."
(By Vance Petree, Virginia Power)
Received on Wed Jul 13 20:15:18 2005

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