From the ALSA wiki
I'm Jonathan Segel, a musician in many contexts. I started doing electronic music way back in the early '80s, tapes and buchla and moog. eventually some computers got in there... anyhow, years and years of Mac use (still into it, OSX) and when i finally got a computer that ran windows, well... it lasted a month. the result is planet-ccrma fc3 on a laptop (sharp mv12w) and a desktop (frankenstein) using rme multiface.
i use a lot of supercollider (in both Mac and linux) alongside freqtweak, sooperlooper, zynadsubfx, hydrogen. a little ardour, but having been a pro protools guy for various studios i usually end up there for putting things together.
presently one of my performance projects is called Chaos Butterfly with Dina Emerson. several computers, violin, guitar, voice, wine glasses. some mp3 audio is on the site...
Hi Jonathan, is there some tracks somewhere that you create (or mostly) with linux anywhere? It would be good to add one or two links to the RadIO listing.
indeed! the above mentioned chaos butterfly music is made using (open source) supercollider on mac and supercollider/freqtweak/hydrogen/zyn on linux simultaneously!