[LAU] More linux live on the YouTubes
frankpirrone at gmail.com
Sat Dec 13 20:17:05 EST 2008
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Ken Restivo wrote:
> For last night's show (with Audiobraille) I took Frank's suggestion
> and ran meterbridge in old-skool VU mode, and an RXVT with aseqdump,
> in addition to my Xclock. It made it a bit more interesting to look
> at for the couple people sitting off to one side of the stage.
> The aseqdump scrolling up looks somewhat like a tracker, which I
> guess might have confused any techno/house/IDM musicians who might
> have been lurking around back there (there weren't any AFAICT).
I had another idea for a highly kinetic display as an alternative to
meterbridge and aseqdump running in xterms sharing the real estate of
your laptop screen:
You could script up the opening and closing of xterms with some nice
meaty geom settings to switch back and forth between the two
applications sized to more completely fill the display.
Screen, among other approaches, would work.
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