[linux-audio-user] [LAM] Music made with linux

Kjetil S. Matheussen kjetil at ccrma.stanford.edu
Tue Mar 21 16:31:38 EST 2006

>On Mon, 20 Mar, 2006 at 10:53PM -0800, Kjetil S. Matheussen spake thus:
>> This is a cover of Dolly Partons song "Coat of many colors".
>> The synth parts are made with E-Radium and qsynth/fluidsynth.
>> Guitars and vocals are recorded in Ardour. Its also mixed in
>> Ardour.
>> Snd was used for some editing of the final sound file afterwards, jamin
>> was used for mastering, jack_record was used to capture the sound from
>> jamin, and oggenc was used to produce the ogg-file. Phu!
>> Plug-ins used:
>> * TAP equalizer
>> * Chorus1 (based on Csound orchestra, really nice)
>> * Chorus2 (based on Csound orchestra, really nice)
>> * SC4
>> * Stereo reverb made by Fons. (Wow! This one is sounds so real!)
>> And its recorded and mixed in the main studio at ccrma, today.
>> http://ccrma.stanford.edu/~kjetil/music/CoatOfManyColors.ogg
>If I play it backwards, do I get satanic messages?

Of course. If you listen closely you'll hear stuff about buying
windows, kill linus and my sweet bill.

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