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Greg Wilder schrieb:
> Livecoding with SuperCollider, Music Composition
Well well - if this is not pure, unspoiled tech-head-machismo ;-]
All of this is of course imoprtant but it is just a (maybe most
advanced) part of Linux Audio - Audio on Linux means recording so-called
musicians playing Instruments made of wood and wire with Ardour also,
writing tunes in a scoreeditor and playing it with Specimen and
Zynaddsubfx and being on stage playing ams-patches with a Keyboard.
This is so-called "usage" and this is linux-audio-*user* so anything
that is related to such underdeveloped aproaches to audible arts is
relevant here is it not?
> "When will someone produce a chart-topping hit with Ardour" is _not_ a serious
Linux is not only about technology and industry - it is about freedom.
And to be relevant at all it depends on usage. If people exercize
freedom by playing music to their liking and using Linux to do so
(beside their guitars, voices, amps, beatboxes etc.) then Linux will
thrive and do the good that was intended as the 4 freedoms where
declared in the first place.
> Despite my sarcastic tone, these comments are not meant to be destructive.
Despite my sarcastic tone, my answers are not meant to be destructive.
best regards see you in Berlin ;-)
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