[linux-audio-user] Live music with Linux.
pshirkey at boosthardware.com
Sat Dec 20 11:57:38 EST 2003
R Parker wrote:
> Congrats Patrick,
> 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.
Yeah here we are preparing for a winter solstice lunch tomorrow. I'll
get onto it this week though. Gotta keep the promotion and media blitz
pumping for a little while to make the most of this opportunity.
> 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?
There is another option way from what Mark suggested. I already have the
gigs guide for Korea on djcj.org. It wouldn't be much work for me to set
it up so we can use a similar version for Linux audio pereformances.
Just worldwide instead.
If there is enough demand I'll look into it over the next few weeks.
Patrick Shirkey - Boost Hardware Ltd.
Http://www.djcj.org - The Linux Audio Users guide
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