[linux-audio-user] Live music with Linux.
rtp405 at yahoo.com
Sat Dec 20 06:32:55 EST 2003
Did you get any pics? I'm sure many people are and
more will be curious about the usability of Linux
tools. It might be interesting if you published a page
of your performances.
It could be useful to have a page on the LAD site with
links to pages where Linux audio tools are used by
bands, DJs, composers, studios, audio research, etc.
Or does that already exist?
--- Patrick Shirkey <pshirkey at boosthardware.com>
> Well, that was fun.
> It turned out to be more of a test run than anything
> else. In the end I
> decided not to record. Probably a good thing too
> because my
> concentration was broken by a overly chatty dancer
> who decided to tell
> me their life story just as I hit my zone :-/
> The good news is we have been asked to do the night
> once a month. This
> means we can get a smoother flow and atmosphere
> happening. I think you
> can all look forward to some crazy shit coming from
> these sessions over
> the next few months (or year).
> As an idea. It could be a good chance to showcase
> other peoples ambient
> works or samples. If you have anything you think
> could fit let me know
> and I'll try to incorporate it into the set.
> Thanks again for all the supportive comments.
> Patrick Shirkey - Boost Hardware Ltd.
> Http://www.djcj.org - The Linux Audio Users guide
> Apparently upon the beginning of the barrage, the
> donkey broke
> discipline and panicked, toppling the cart. At that
> point, the rockets
> disconnected from the timer, leaving them strewn
> around the street.
> Tethered to the now toppled cart, the donkey was
> unable to escape before
> the arrival of U.S. troops.
> United Press International
> Rockets on donkeys hit major Baghdad sites
> By P. MITCHELL PROTHERO
> Published 11/21/2003 11:13 AM
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