[linux-audio-user] Homemade music

Folderol folderol at ukfsn.org
Wed Jan 18 15:26:41 EST 2006

On Tue, 17 Jan 2006 19:15:56 -0700
Steve D <groups at xscd.com> wrote:

> More homemade music--
> Some days ago Thorsten Wilms sent me a great percussion track called
> Gnomes. I have added melodic and harmonic elements to it and the result
> can be found here:
> OGG format:
> http://www.xscd.com/pub/music/audio/ogg/thorsten-wilms-and-steve-doonan_gnomes.ogg
> MP3 format:
> http://www.xscd.com/pub/music/audio/mp3/thorsten-wilms-and-steve-doonan_gnomes.mp3
> I did not edit Thorsten's track at all. I just decoded it into .wav
> format using oggdec, then imported the .wav into Ardour and began adding
> tracks. I used Jamin to make the mixdown track, exported it from Ardour,
> then encoded the exported .wav into ogg (with oggenc) and mp3 (with
> lame).
> Criticisms (of the melodic/harmonic elements) is welcome. I have a
> pretty bad case of flu right now so my ears aren't as good as they
> should be. ;-)
> If anyone would like to compare this to Thorsten's original track, that
> track can be found here:
> Thorsten's percussion track:
> http://www.xscd.com/pub/music/audio/ogg/thorsten-wilms_gnomes.ogg
> Best wishes all, and Thorsten, thank you for this enjoyable Internet
> collaboration, although I have no idea if you will like what I have done
> to your track. ;-)
> -Steve D

Very impressive! I'd like to hear more such collaborations!


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