@killyourfm I use ardour, audicity & reaper to record live music, up to 16 tracks. Haven't done it for a while but have a project coming up. Happy too chat
@the_englishman please keep me posted. Any samples of your existing music out there?
@killyourfm backed up on a hard drive somewhere. Would you like me to dig it out? May take a while!
@raboof Doing that today!
@mitcoes I love Unfa! Thank you for the links.
@mitcoes and this link is invaluable thanks!
@killyourfm @unfa @unfa_channel @unfa
Uh oh. I couldn't remember your name in english, so I tried polish, but...
I seem to have trained yandex now :-/ срзоон
https://yandex.ru/search/?lr=109658&text=%D1%81%D1%80%D0%B7%D0%BE%D0%BE%D0%BD It doesn't even make sense :-)
@killyourfm Also, you should link your podcast ;-)
@gemlog that...would have been a good idea :)
@killyourfm there's an open-source music discord server; I could ask over there if anyone could help you out.
@subinfinity where can we find such a dream place ? *o*
@Nemo I don't know discord very well; the server is called OpenSourceMusic, and I think it might be invite only?
@killyourfm idk how long it will take but i find you one
all of my contributions to whale's latern collaborations use only linux & open source software
(earth, air, henry ford, (framed fibonacci) variants)
@js0000 Thanks for responding. Could you please email me a couple of the best to email@example.com?
sent a note from a different account than the one attached to this account, but my username is the same 'js0000'
let me know if you don't get it
@killyourfm I know I made my podcast with Audacity...
... and I've heard that most of the music by GADGETTO was either unique self-made instruments or open source software...
@onan Thanks for the tip!
@stragu Yes, you absolutely may!
Hi Luka, are you Croatian by chance? (I live in Zagreb).
I'll check out your music for the show :D
@killyourfm hello Zagreb! Ljubljana here. :)
I'll be in Zagreb soon (in a month) with this (music made with #Linux / SuperCollider):
(there's also a release out https://music.lukaprincic.si/album/antigone-child
My most often used tools are Renoise, SuperCollider and Ardour on #UbuntuStudio
@stragu thanks for connecting!
@killyourfm Kim Cascone's 2009 article about switching from macos to linux for music production is still a good one too! Also his music is great. https://cdm.link/2009/08/linux-music-workflow-switching-from-mac-os-x-to-ubuntu-with-kim-cascone/
@hecanjog Thank you for this.
Yeah, one of prominent members (and founders) of Algorave is Alex McLean/Yaxu. Here's a release of his made with his own live coding software Tidal Cycles (on Linux of course)
If you haven't already maybe it would be good to send a call to LAU list...
@luka Another killer resource.Thanks!
@killyourfm I haven't composed in a long time, but could give it another go!! (and yes, on Linux.)
@raichoo @killyourfm people usually post new stuff on http://linux-audio.4202.n7.nabble.com/linux-audio-user-f5.html. You'll see quite a few '[Music]' prefixed posts.
@killyourfm Would you like some decent WIP premieres too? I'm slowly aggregating stuff for my next album :)
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