Music & Linux--Was question about Gnopernicus
janina at rednote.net
Fri Jan 2 10:39:54 EST 2004
I have ecazound compiled, and have used it some but not for compression
or filtering. It is certainly daunting to understand and work with.
I believe Mario Lang has the beginnings of an Emacs front end to
ecasound that I have bookmarked somewhere, if that would help.
Scott Berry writes:
> From: Scott Berry <scott at drscott.dyndns.biz>
> Have you ever had a look at ecasound? I don't bhave the web url in
> front of me but I can't figure the stupid thing out. I have been
> working with it a little but I can't get it to record from the line in
> to the comp.
> On Fri, 2 Jan 2004, Janina Sajka wrote:
> > Hi, Shaun:
> > I play keyboards. My background is concert piano, and I've played
> > various mostly church music over the last 15 years on various keyboards
> > ranging across all kinds of styles.
> > My latest acquisition is currently in escrow. I bought a Kurzweil 2600
> > on Ebay on the strength of what the Scrimenti brothers discovered about
> > Kurz 2k machines. It turns out the Kurz sends ASCII out its MIDI out
> > port that covers everything on the LCD. How about that?
> > This has been all the rage on the MIDI-Mag list. They have a $70 USD
> > Windows app to voice the LCD, essentially. I want to duplicate this in
> > Linux, needless to say. I'm also spending a lot of time getting
> > acquainted with various music apps available on Linux. I pay particular
> > attention to Planet CCRMA (pronounced karma) at Stanford:
> > http://www-ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/software/packages.html
> > PS: You can hear some of my music backing up folks on my home page:
> > http://www.rednote.net
> > Shaun Oliver writes:
> > > From: Shaun Oliver <shaun_oliver at optusnet.com.au>
> > >
> > > hi,
> > > well what do you both play?
> > > me, I'm a guitar man anyway that's not the point, I'm glad to a certain
> > > extent I'm holding back on gnopernicus mainly because of these issues.
> > > I'm the type of person that's likely to get ill tempered with the thing
> > > and toss it out the window if it really cracks the shits.
> > > to be honest, for now, I'm happy to be an end-user of GNU/Linux and pick
> > > up bits and pieces along the way.
> > > but I guess I'll be waiting for a while for gnopernicus to be prime
> > > time. but I'm also betting it'll be worth the wait.
> > >
> > > --
> > > Shaun Oliver
> > >
> > >
> > > "I refuse to have a battle of wits with an unarmed person."
> > > email: shaun_oliver at optusnet.com.au
> > > WEB: http://blindman.homelinux.org/
> > > IRC: irc.awesomechat.net:6666
> > > IRCNICK: blindman
> > >
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