Re: [linux-audio-user] some more 'made with Linux' music

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To: LinuxMedia <linuxmedia4@...>, A list for linux audio users <linux-audio-user@...>
Date: Monday, March 1, 2004 - 1:45 pm

> When you

Yes - they were recorded using an 8 buss analogue mixer and M Audio
Delta 1010 direct to a Linux Mandrake box running Audacity. Ron opted
to mix the track in Ardour on his machine, so I exported one wav file
per track from Audacity.

> Just one comment about the mix... I was surprised at the (one)

It's hard to get vocal choruses right - Ron actually did another mix
after this one with louder drums and the vocal sounds nearer the
centre of the stereo image, but the limiting on the second attempt
was rather harsh. (We'd been discussing the way pop records manage to
achieve such high average amplitude, but on reflection I'd prefer to
sacrifice some loudness for the sake of dynamics and overall

> It's good the hear a natural sounding recording with live sounding

Thanks! If I've learnt anything from trying to record real
instruments, it's that it's a lot easier to get it wrong than with
synthesised instruments. Since this recording was made, I have been
building up a better collection of microphones and have just arranged
to buy a bass preamp, which should all help.



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Re: [linux-audio-user] some more 'made with Linux' music, Daniel James, (Mon Mar 1, 1:45 pm)
Re: [linux-audio-user] some more 'made with Linux' music, Arnold Krille, (Sat Feb 28, 10:42 am)