[LAU] Music made with Linux: What happened in the middle?

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Date: Sunday, March 4, 2012 - 1:11 am

Good morning

"What happened in the middle?" is the title of my RPM Challenge entry.
For the uninitiated, the RPM Challenge is an annual motivation album
writing event with a simple rule: write and record 10 songs (or 35 minutes
worth) of music in the month of February.

This was my first time taking part and I was happy enough with the results
to release it as my debut album on Bandcamp: http://stuzz.bandcamp.com

All sounds were recorded with a recent svn of Ardour3
All drums were programed with Hydrogen using the GCSW-2 kit for all but
"Let It Slide", where I used the Big Mono kit.

As usual with Bandcamp, you can stream the lower quality audio, or if you
Buy Now for $0 or above, you can choose the quality you want, all the way
up to FLAC.

It's a bit rock, a bit metal, and a few other things. My favorite songs
are 04-Around You, closely followed by 09-From the Flames.

The album is released under a Creative Commons CC-BY-SA 3.0 license.

Hit me up if you want to know any details about the putting together of
the album. Comments, suggestions and anything else is also welcome and

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[LAU] Music made with Linux: What happened in the middle?, Stuzz, (Sun Mar 4, 1:11 am)
Re: [LAU] Music made with Linux: What happened in the middle?, Roberto Suárez Soto, (Thu Mar 8, 1:55 pm)