[LAU] how to use linux to make music that sounds like peverelist dub-tech?

Loki Davison loki.davison at gmail.com
Tue Aug 10 09:59:08 UTC 2010

On Wed, Aug 4, 2010 at 1:40 AM, Niels Mayer <nielsmayer at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm really enjoying RA.218 Peverelist (Bristol Dub-Tech Sound), more
> than his acclaimed album release "Jarvik Mindstate"
> http://www.residentadvisor.net/podcast-episode.aspx?id=218
> ( most recent entry from http://www.residentadvisor.net/xml/podcast.xml )
> How would one use Linux audio tools to produce tracks in the style of
> the ones @ 43', 46' 51' and onward. How to sequence all the intricate
> drum programs without worrying about the sun turning into a red-dwarf
> due to the amazing amount of time it would take just to program a
> minute of music (e.g.. @51:00)? Also at 35' "Joe -- Digest" is that
> effect from a live drummers/conga players chopped up by something like
> drumagog? Or is it just sampled congas sequenced? And what about
> MIDI-beat synchronized audio effect plugins (e.g.. reverbs and echos).
> Standard stuff with external efx equipment, what's the best and
> easiest to use in Linux as a plugin w/ a sequencer like traktor?

Seq24 and Ingen sound like the tools for the job combined with
something like hydrogen. Ingen is the ultimate tool, Dave is a code
god. :)

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