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I use Linux for audio recording/processing for my music. sounds like a good plan. :> Here is an original piece that was done in ardour, bumingbai_20050101_441.ogg
- mackie vlzpro-1202
- rme hdsp9632
- yamaha yg 1202 electric
- boss OD-3 effects
- casio digital piano
- some jazz set-up drumset in NUS (National University of Singapore) jazz practice room. (I'll probably find out the details later
- 2.4G Intel Pentium with MSI Neo2? motherboard
- Rode NT2 for acoustic guitar
- Studio Projects forgot which model.. tube condenser mic. for vox
This is the place where I deal with music. It's my own stuff, cubicbottle.
Recently, we are going to continue to use ardour for recording. just becos Linux gives me the assurance of audio priority over other tasks, as well as it is getting better day by day.
Mark Constable 2005-08-01 -- I really like rbumingbai, great song structure and vocals. Some critique is that the drums and vocals are too dry, need reverb, and the kick needs to be up in the mix... the bass needs to be centered too. IMHO and FWIW.
James Stone 2005-09-08 -- brilliant piece! When is the album coming out!?
Pete Bessman 2005-09-25 -- Oh man, awesome! I second James on the album, I wanna hear more. Keep up the superb work.
Marcus Blacksmith 2005-01-18 -- An excellent recording, and an excellent song too. I actually disagree with Mark Constable...sure, the drums could use a little subtle reverb, but I actually think putting reverb onto the lead vocals would subtract from the lovely rough/sweet quality you have going with your voice. And although bass is traditionally centred to the mix, this is by no means law. Some of the sweetest sounding Beatles recordings are made with the bass guitar swung left, balanced to the lead vocals swung right. I assume this recording is yet to be mastered, but it sounds very, very good as is.