[LAD] A small article about tools for electronic musicians

Gene Heskett gene.heskett at verizon.net
Wed Apr 28 13:26:35 UTC 2010

On Wednesday 28 April 2010, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
>Louigi Verona wrote:
>> Hey Lorenzo!
>> The point is not extreme. It deals with music which requires sound
>> manipulation. Thanks to everybody's feedback, I might change the
>> wording to better explain what I mean. As stated in the article, by
>> electronic musician there I mean a musician who manipulates sound.
>> Usually, it is ambient-kinda music, like this:
>> http://www.louigiverona.ru/?page=projects&s=music&t=catalogue&num=5
>> <http://www.louigiverona.ru/?page=projects&s=music&t=catalogue&num=5>
>> If you listen to that, it is a whole class of electronic music. Having
>> an app like Rakarrack is key for that kind of music - in fact, it is
>> all about transforming sounds, there are no melodies in a strict sense
>> of the word.
>> Prior to Rakarrack I was on my way to installing Windows XP on another
>> laptop for music. Now that plan is put to a halt.
>> So my article is for a rather niche kind of composers, but it is a
>> niche I want the devs to know about.
>> L.V.
>I exactly was thinking about music similar to
>http://www.louigiverona.ru/?page=projects&s=music&t=catalogue&num=0, so
>there's no misunderstanding.

That is quite listenable music IMO, but on my system, seems to be suffering 
from sign reversals on some notes. Pulse Audio system of course so its also 
full of other, unrelated ticks and pops.  Neither are the musics fault IMO.  
Listening to Daydream Sessions.

Cheers, Gene
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