[linux-audio-user] Re: [ardour-users] more music with Ardour

Dave Phillips dlphilp at bright.net
Wed Nov 17 20:17:54 EST 2004


Greetings:

  I agree with Tim, this list should encourage the announcement of music 
made with Linux. Don't be shy, Robert ! ;-)  (His music is very good, be 
sure to check it out)...

  And I also love the variety of musics coming from this nest of singing 
birds...

  *Musaeus is stopped by the thought of crooning penguins...

Best,

dp



tim hall wrote:

>Last Tuesday 16 November 2004 13:17, Robert Jonsson was like:
>  
>
>>I like the idea of announcing music that we make, to the community. I
>>produce some stuff (see link below) nowadays but have been reluctant to
>>post the "news" as I thought it would not really be on topic. Though it
>>really is!
>>    
>>
>
>Yeah, like HOW is it off-topic?
>
>I really like hearing the music that other people have made using Linux, from 
>Jan's Country Rock to Frank's sonic experimentations, Emillo's blithe grooves 
>and Ico's emotional architectures to name but a few. I'm downloading 
>Dave's .oggs as I type and looking forward to hearing those.
>
>The music is the proof of the pudding, all this technical discussion is just a 
>means to an end. One of the most convincing arguments to a wavering migrator 
>or frustrated newbie is to hear some of the music that people are achieving 
>with their Linux systems.
>
>Let's keep it on this list.
>
>cheers
>
>tim hall
>http://glastonburymusic.org.uk/tim
>
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