[LAU] Patchstorm 01

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Date: Thursday, August 18, 2011 - 4:24 pm

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I welcome you to take part in Patchstorm!

Patchstorm is a collective patch-making recurring event. Goal is to
create patches for softsynths or samplers, on a certain
theme/restrictions. At the submission date, the patches would be made
public from this wiki page for anyone to use.

Patchstorm is similar to Tunestorm, but unlike it, there are no
restrictions on sharing of in-progress work and you are welcome to
submit a patch even long after the deadline.

=3D=3D Rules =3D=3D

Patches are to be used on free open source software, running at least on
GNU/Linux, for example Yoshimi/ZynAddSubFx, Petri-Foo/Specimen...

The submission must be licensed under Creative Commons
Attribution-ShareAlike License, equivalent or less restrictive, of
course the work must respect the licenses of resources it is based on.

=3D=3D Submissions =3D=3D

Finished submissions are to be sent to , please use "Patchstorm" in subject of the email.=

Submit as many patches as you want, each in archive file (zip or
tar.gz), containing the patch files, installation instruction, license
information and a demo sound file (ogg, mp3, flac or wav). Plus points
for source file (midi/whatever) of the demo sound file :)

=3D=3D Current Patchstorm (01) =3D=3D

Theme is nice fat yet ripping distorted sound :) Deadline 2011-9-17.
(If working with sampler, make it loopable - not fixed length)

Feel free to ask any questions or just comment.

(irc freenode.net #opensourcemusicians)

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