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

Patrick Shirkey pshirkey at boosthardware.com
Wed Dec 17 23:51:52 EST 2003

Eduardo Guerrero wrote:
> Luke Yelavich wrote:
>> At 10:33 AM 18/12/2003, Patrick Shirkey wrote:
>>> The software I will be using: spiralsynthmodular x1, alsaplayer x3, 
>>> jackeq x1, and jack timemachine to hopefully record it all.
>> Would be nice to hear it, if it is recorded.

I have to find the space but when it's ready I'll post a link.

>>> 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).
>> What have you used for DJing?

In the past I have used numerous cd systems and mixers. I haven't gone 
with vinyl only digital.

>>> 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.
>> It is good to hear that people are really making use of the tools that 
>> are being developed.
>>> 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.
>> Good luck. It will be good to hear how you go.


>> Luke
>> -- 
>> Luke Yelavich
>> AudioSlack Founder and head package maintainer
>> Audio software packaged for the Slackware Linux Distribution
>> http://www.audioslack.com
>> luke at audioslack.com
> Kudos and a big good-luck wish from somebody in Mexico trying to 
> accomplish the same thing.

Thanks again.

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

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