[linux-audio-user] OT: Music *not* made with gnu/Linux.

Mark Knecht markknecht at gmail.com
Fri Dec 16 19:26:36 EST 2005

On 12/15/05, Cesare Marilungo <cesare at poeticstudios.com> wrote:
> Ok,
> shame on me for this, but I would really really like to share with you
> my latest musical efforts. Unfortunately, I was already working on these
> tracks when I finally got everything working on gnu/Linux audio. So I
> finished these tracks (made with mostly with free VST plugins, my guitar
> and some vocals) on my copies of Tracktion on MacOSX and WinXP (Mackie
> gave them away for free last christmas to promote their forthcoming
> newer version). BTW it's a shame that a software made by one guy alone,
> using mostly opensource LGPL libraries and with an XML file format
> hasn't been released opensource. But I believe that when Ardour will
> have MIDI integration, it would be even better than Tracktion (it is
> already far better IMHO if you consider just the audio functionalities).
> I will probably retouch these tracks with jamin for the final cd
> version, but I'm already concentrated on new stuff now (using only o.s.s.).
> I don't like to think in terms of genres, but people often describes my
> music as ambient. So don't bother to download it if you don't like ambient.
> Anyway, If you'll consider listening to my new EP (released under the
> cc-licence) you can grab it here:
> http://www.cesaremarilungo.com/download/music/The_Moon_EP.zip
> It's a 27Mb zip with 4 mp3 tracks (192Kbps). Title is: The Moon EP (code
> name: last of the closed source sw tracks).
> Or for individual tracks:
> http://www.cesaremarilungo.com/download/music/As_we_grow_older.mp3
> http://www.cesaremarilungo.com/download/music/Hope.mp3
> http://www.cesaremarilungo.com/download/music/The_moon.mp3
> http://www.cesaremarilungo.com/download/music/The_difference.mp3
> I'm still working on the cover.
> Thank you very much.
> c.

   Thanks for posting this. I enjoyed all 4 pieces, my favorite being
'As We Grow Older'. I think this one could have appeared as part of a
Genesis album, circa 'The Lamb Lies Down...'. Very good piece.

   Please don't be apologetic about tools. No sense wasting time on
those thoughts.

   The music brightened my dreary, cold Friday afternoon here in California.

With best regards,

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