[linux-audio-user] Even more music

james at dis-dot-dat.net james at dis-dot-dat.net
Wed May 18 05:32:37 EDT 2005


On Wed, 18 May, 2005 at 10:54AM +1000, Mark Constable spake thus:
> On Wednesday 18 May 2005 05:42, james at dis-dot-dat.net wrote:
> > > Very very nice.  I especially like the beats.  How'd you make them, and
> > > any chance of sharing the... uh... sources?  My drum programming skills
> > > are teh sukc, and chicks only like guys with good skills.
> > 
> > No problem.  I'm a tracker junkie, so you might not like the format,
> > but mail me back if you're interested.  You can have the whole file
> > and play with it - see what you come up with from the same sounds.  
> > 
> > In fact, that would make a great exercise.  How about we all work from
> > a common set of sounds and produce a track, and see how they compare?
> > We could host them all in one place as a kind of project.  It would be
> > great to see what other people did and how they did it.
> > 
> > Who's up for that?
> 
> http://opensrc.org has been available for this kind of thing for
> years. There are 3 "Local Projects" so far with absolutely the
> simplest kind of interface so that web presentation does not get
> in the way.
> 
> There is also http://freepats.opensrc.org, an area specifically
> for patches, soundfonts and samples.
> 
> No registration other than asking for an upload password (can't
> have nasty folks uploading wares and abusing the space), no BS
> hidden links that can't be easily linked to, no extra page editing
> required to present uploaded material as uploads appear instantly,
> a Wiki on the same database as alsa.opensrc.org so any simple
> WikiLink references in howtos to other ALSA material just work.
> 

Ta!  I'll take a look.
 

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