[linux-audio-user] Even more music
cave.dnb at tiscali.fr
Tue May 17 18:55:14 EDT 2005
Hi James. Thanks for putting up the .oggs. The machine I collect email on is
FC1. I've got MPlayer on that ,but when i'm listening to Internet radio I
can't use anything else. The other machine has 5 hard drive caddies. The only
only one that plays MP3's is Debian 3.0r2 upgraded to testing (sarge) with a
player called GQmpeg, and that works ok. Just a bit of a nuisance having to
shuffle the caddies to find the right one to play the MP3's. .oggs are
easier, anything on Linux plays them. I'm trying to get going with a tracker
(soundtracker). I've been using Making Waves, a step sequencer on Windows,
and have loads of royalty free .wav samples to use with it. The only problem
with the tracker is getting instant previews of the .wav sounds. You have to
load em first and then listen. Doh. If you know of a way to preview .wavs
without having to open a player for each one or load them into the tracker,
I'm all ears. Nigel.
On Tuesday 17 May 2005 8:38 pm, james at dis-dot-dat.net wrote:
> On Mon, 16 May, 2005 at 08:39PM +0100, nigel henry spake thus:
> > Hi James. Would you consider making the tracks available in .ogg for us
> > poor linux folks. Nigel.
> Haha. I'm also a linux user, if you hadn't guessed. I use "inferior"
> MP3's for the poor *Windows* folks.
> > I'm on Slackware 10.0 at the mo and havn't anything to play MP3's
> As someone has already suggested, have you tried mplayer? XMMS?
> But, since I now have quite a bit of spare space on my server, I've
> uploaded an ogg for every mp3. Just swap the mp3 part to ogg and you
> should be fine.
> Okay, make that uploading. I thought the conversion would be done by
> the time I sent this, but it's still going. They'll be there in a
> > On Monday 16 May 2005 14:42, james at dis-dot-dat.net wrote:
> > > A track I put together over the weekend. The levels aren't quite
> > > right and it sounds a little muddy, but I got fed up with it and
> > > decided to leave it as it is.
> > >
> > > http://blog.dis-dot-dat.net/2005/05/more-music.html
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