[LAU] Music made with Linux: from the archives

Benoît Rouits brouits at free.fr
Thu Apr 27 14:47:11 UTC 2017

Hello Jeanette,

Thank you for sharing those works! I like very much "Summer Afternoon" 
and its long progression.

Best wishes,

Le 26/04/2017 à 09:14, Jeanette C. a écrit :
> Hey hey,
> I've decided to unearth a few early works. These two songs are from
> 2002, the first ever "album" recorded with Linux. Equipment and the
> software setup were laughably simple and awkward, the overall
> performance lacks the quality and precision I demand of myself today.
> But there is a leverty and a carefree personality in them that I can't
> reproduce or improve.
> http://juliencoder.de/nama/archives/final/07-interlude3.ogg
> http://juliencoder.de/nama/archives/final/07-interlude.mp3
> and
> http://juliencoder.de/nama/archives/final/08-summer_afternoon.ogg
> http://juliencoder.de/nama/archives/final/08-summer_afternoon.mp3
> If anyone is interested: the synths used were a Roland XP-30 (jv/xp
> series), a Clavia Nordlead 3 and on "Summer Afternoon" also a Zoom RT123
> drum computer (sample-based). Recorded in Ecasound and mixed offline
> using Ecasound internal effects and some LADSPA plugins.
> Feedback is always welcome, eve in this case. :)
> Enjoy and best wishes,
> Jeanette
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