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

Aaron Trumm aaron at nquit.com
Thu Dec 18 14:19:59 EST 2003

you go boy!

----- Original Message -----
From: "Patrick Shirkey" <pshirkey at boosthardware.com>
To: "A list for linux audio users" <linux-audio-user at music.columbia.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, December 17, 2003 3:33 PM
Subject: [linux-audio-user] Live music with Linux.

> Not that many of you live in Korea but I am playing a live ambient set
> tomorrow night using only my computer.
> http://www.djcj.org/shevaka
> 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.boosthardware.com
> Http://www.djcj.org - The Linux Audio Users guide
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