[LAU] Where is everybody?

frank pirrone frankpirrone at gmail.com
Wed Aug 13 15:45:03 EDT 2008

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Ken Restivo wrote:
> On Sun, Jul 27, 2008 at 12:50:06AM +0100, Folderol wrote:
>> It's very quiet on LAM lately. I've actually managed to get two of my
>> entries adjacent to each other.
> I've been working mostly on live music with bands, not so much home recording. So I haven't posted much to LAM, and my own blog has gone very quiet except for live clips and the occasional experiment on my own.
> I have some really great stuff to post as soon as I get around to sorting it all out and getting clearances from the various guest musicians involved.
> I suppose I could post the H2-made live recordings on LAM, but it's not strictly 100% "Made with Linux". There are lots of real non-Linux instruments (sax, bass, drums, congas, guitar, voice, etc.) and the recording method has been an H2 and not Ardour or anything Linux-based. The only Linux content has been my keyboard playing.
> It is very fun and instructional to get out of cyberspace and into the real world of playing music for an audience. It even pays a tiny, tiny, infintessimal amount of money too, which is a slight improvement over the frictionless zero-cost-but-zero-income method of distrbuting home-made music over the Internet. Then again the costs of transportation and the time involved in schlepping gear around (oh my aching back!) makes it largely a money-losing endeavour.
> So that's why no weekly releases lately from me, anyway.
> -ken
Looking forward to whatever you post Ken.  Love your playing and that of
folks I've heard you work with.

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