From the ALSA wiki
I'm Emiliano Grilli (aka emillo), an Italian hobbyst musician. I used to play with small groups as a guitarist/singer and drummer. I discovered free software and GNU/Linux in 1998 and since then I've been using only free tools to create and record my music. I have a website at http://www.emillo.net devoted to linux audio advocacy among Italian people, and I contributed graphics, web design and sounds to some open source projects (i.e. hydrogen,muse, http://muzik.agnula.org, http://freepats.opensrc.org, http://demudi.agnula.org). My music ranges from tracked "cheap tunes" to acoustic Italian folk and old-style swing. During years, I have been playing as a drummer in a beat/garage band and as a singer/guitarist in a pop/rock band.
Not so much, so far...
On http://muzik.agnula.org/view.php?view=tracks&artist_id=8 there are some "cheap tunes" made with soundtracker (except for "Dead end BIOS" made with muse and a Roland SC-D70)
I also recorded some covers in acoustic using the wonderful ecasound, but I think I cannot make them public ...
- PC: Athlon XP 2400+ 1Gb ram
- Soundcard: staudio dsp2000 c-port
- mixer: Soundcraft FOLIO RAC PAC
- Roland SC D70 (USB) expander
- Yamaha A4000 sampler (working with smditools !!!)
- (2) Condenser Mic AKG c3000b
- (2) Dynamic Mic Shure SM57
- (2) Yamaha msp5 monitor
- lot of acoustic instruments
I used for three years the magic planetCCRMA bundle for Red Hat 8.0, now I'm using AGNULA/DeMuDi.