[linux-audio-user] Live music with Linux.

Patrick Shirkey pshirkey at boosthardware.com
Wed Dec 17 18:33:24 EST 2003

Not that many of you live in Korea but I am playing a live ambient set 
tomorrow night using only my computer.


The software I will be using: spiralsynthmodular x1, alsaplayer x3, 
jackeq x1, and jack timemachine to hopefully record it all.

I also have been working for the past month with ardour and audacity 
creating a lot of the samples which I will inject into the soundscape 
with alsaplayer.

This will be my first real gig performing my music. Not just djing other 
peoples cuts (which I have been enjoying doing for the past 3 years).

It wouldn't be possible for me to accomplish this without the awesome 
assistance from Steve Harris who designed the djeq plugin and dj flange. 
I'm also relying heavily on the latest cvs version of ssm as it has 
improvements to the jack plugin and echo plugin among other things which 
I will be thrashing heavily :).

I feel this is important to let y'all know about because I have worked 
(and I mean work) for the past 4 years to get to this position and in 
the process I had a lot of fun with and help from many of you to get here.

I chose not to invest in windows or mac apps 5 years ago and I am 
pleased that my gamble and investment in time and energy has paid off.

Big ups to all the people who are following the dream through to concept 
  through to reality.

Patrick Shirkey - Boost Hardware Ltd.
Http://www.djcj.org - The Linux Audio Users guide

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