[LAU] Slightly OT: Live gig with Linux AV
tsaliou75 at orange.fr
Tue Mar 23 11:34:08 EDT 2010
Hi, Patrick, I lived four years down under and two in Sydney before
living for Melbourne, I think it would be nice that your do some
recording of your gig and put them on line with an explanation how you
did it. Wish you good luke for your live performance.
I can see your using Xjadeo and Lives, could you tell us what for? Are
you doing Dj video while mixing music?
Best regards from Paris
Tez at .
Le 23/03/2010 15:51, Patrick Shirkey a écrit :
> I am running an event in Sydney this Fri 26. It's my first real Linux
> Audio gig for almost 6 years so it's well overdue. this is going to be a
> purely DJ set but I am going to do as much as possible with Linux tools
> just for the fun of it. I figure I might as well push my self and the
> tools rather than play it safe with standard equipment.
> Details here: http://djcj.org/events
> I thought some of you might be interested in the tools (weapons) I have
> chosen for this one.
> alsaplayer x 2
> I am running it all on my Compaq Presario cq40 dual core AMD Turion, 4GB
> RAM with onboard ATI /radeon graphics and hda_intel audio. Dual Monitor
> setup running closed source ATI drivers for opengl hardware acceleration
> and Gnome desktop on Fedora 11. I'm also currently upgrading to f12 a
> second Toshiba notebook. Single core Intel Celeron, 2GB RAM, nVidia
> quadro graphics which I might take along too for additional graphics and
> to take some load off the primary machine if I can get it all upgraded
> and running smoothly in time. In that case I will run the audio tools on
> the main machine and LiVes on the other.
> For master audio output I will be using my maudio USB Quattro with
> jackEQ as always. I will be running the quattro into the house pioneer
> dj mixer for additional control and fx and will have 2 cdj's for
> additional sampling mayhem and backup in case anything goes wrong with
> the primary machine...
> I also have an external vga->composite adapter box to allow me to
> connect to the inhouse projector.
> Unfortunately with all that running I don't think the disks will be able
> to cope with recording the session. With LiVes in the mix I'm looking at
> a stable 80 - 90% CPU load. Currently the memory is stable at 65%. If I
> get the second machine up I will look at piping the house mix back into
> the system and record the whole thing on the second device for the
> quattro. alsa_in to the rescue there too.
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