[linux-audio-user] Samba felidae - call for soloists :)

Florian Schmidt mista.tapas at gmx.net
Thu Mar 15 23:59:16 EDT 2007

On Thursday 15 March 2007, Atte André Jensen wrote:

> That's one way to do it. Another would be do have Pa and Pb play
> compatible roles, for instance chords/fills, rhytmic/block or
> interlocking grooves (I thought about doing a montuno)...
> > I'll rerecord the thing with click track again, so my shoddy timing
> > doesn't throw you off so bad
> I don't think oyu should put your timing down so much! Is the guitar is

Yeah, you're right. I should shut up and let everyone decide for themself :) 
But since i had to rerecord it anyways to make more room for stuff i did try 
with click track. The result is definetly different, but i don't know whether 
it's nessecarily worse :)


The tempo is 105 (or 210, depending on how you feel it, so if you import this 
in ardour and then enable the click at that speed it should fit).. There's 1 
bar time at the start and plenty of space for recording ideas.. It's wild 
copy and paste at places, but i was kinda running low on time (and i kinda 
liked the idea that people who rather do sequenced music could have a go, 
too), so i might rerecord some parts anyways, but with a fixed tempo that's 
more feasible..

So go ahead and play around with it.. Take no prisoners :)

> recorded separate from the shaker you could fix the few obvious places
> in ardour in a manner of minutes. And this might end up with a more
> organic feel than everybody trying to lock with a beeping sine.

True again. I'm not too good with editing in ardour yet. I basically use it 
only as a simple tape recorder replacement most of the tie really :) About 
the organic feel: Yah, but let's see it as an experiment. Maybe the click 
isn't really a bad thing here..


Palimm Palimm!

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