this is the first sketch I uploaded, pretty much the 1st test project. my other chinese duino I had bought needs a new bootloader, so instead of buying an ics I just got the real deal and should be able to use it as a programmer
Just started looking at Ardour again for my daw needs. Having to use windows kinda makes me not a happy camper. I would like to hear some tunes recorded and produced in Ardour because results matter, any good bands or artists using the DAW on my favorite computing platform Linux?
Just a little announcement on this fine day to have a birthday on ;-) linuxmuso.org is born. Where I shamelessly will self promote music made with Linux. Guides to setting up my recording rig with tool tips. All the lowdown on compatible gear and stuffs much music much banter ;D. Be engaged and stay frosty!
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year From Linux Muso. First off a merry Christmas to all and a happy New Year for 2014. Hopefully yours will be filled with lots of good music and Linux to help you make it. Excitement builds as we open our gifts and discover what we.
This is very cool. I've been learning the music programming language ChucK, and while it's got a killer feature for music ("strong timing"), I find myself wishing I could use Ruby instead. For some applications, this looks like sheer joy. I love the auto refresh on save, the interactive GUI building, and the ability to save those commands to a session for editing and reuse.
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Lifetime student with his head in the cloud and his hands on some data.