Re: [LAU] Examples of synth/drum live performance Jack setups ?

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To: Barney Holmes <djbarney@...>
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Date: Wednesday, October 16, 2013 - 4:17 pm

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On Wed, Oct 16, 2013 at 3:57 PM, Barney Holmes wrote:

> Hello,

Hey!

> I'm from a DJ'ing background and prefer to play live and record tracks by

Good stuff, I'm pretty interested in the same things myself.

> Are there examples out there of these kind of set ups ? I need as many

I'm working on a piece of software Luppp, which is a live-audio-looping
tool directed to live-performance.
Its currently not released yet (because its not ready), but its getting
quite far: Details on http://openavproductions.com/luppp

I've recently released ArtyFX, a plugin set which is also somewhat gearted
towards live performance. It contains on plugin "Masha", which provides teh
Pioneer DJM style "Roll" / stutter effect: MIDI bind it for extra fun. See
http://openavproductions.com/artyfx

> I've found creating a drum in Yoshimi sounds *much* richer and more

I'm interested in how you do this, and what tips you have... any chance of
a tutorial / blogpost / screencast?

> So what are you using out there ? Screen shots ?

I'm currently looping audio with Luppp, manually drumming in a beat using
a MIDI controller and Fabla ( http://openavproductions.com/fabla ), most
melodic instruments are recorded using a mic / DI-box, and doing effects
with ArtyFX.

The workflow is quite nice, but needs some stream-lining and improvement.
Also, Luppp needs to be released: the reason I'm holding off is because
there's no use in live-performance software that *might* crash during
performance. Hence, please sit-tight, and know I'm working on it!

Cheers, -Harry

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ed, Oct 16, 2013 at 3:57 PM, Barney Holmes <djbarney@djbarney.org&=
gt; wrote:
Hello,Hey!=A0

I'm from a DJ'ing background and prefer to play live and record tra=
cks by keeping everything as live as possible.Good stuff,=
I'm pretty interested in the same things myself.=A0
Are there examples out th=
ere of these kind of set ups ? =A0I need as many examples as possible for e=
ncouragement if nothing else.
I'm working on a piece of software Luppp, which is a live-audio-lo=
oping tool directed to live-performance.Its currently not released yet =
(because its not ready), but its getting quite far: Details on http://openavproductions.com/luppp
I've recently released ArtyFX, a plugin set w=
hich is also somewhat gearted towards live performance. It contains on plug=
in "Masha", which provides teh Pioneer DJM style "Roll"=
/ stutter effect: MIDI bind it for extra fun. See http://openavproductions.com/artyfx
=A0I&#39=
;ve found creating a drum in Yoshimi sounds *much* richer and more dynamic =
than samples.
I'm interested in how you do this, and what tips you have... any c=
hance of a tutorial / blogpost / screencast?=A0
So what are you using out there ? Screen shots ?=A0I&=
#39;m currently looping audio with Luppp, manually drumming in a beat using=
a MIDI controller and Fabla ( http://openavproductions.com/fabla ), most melodic instruments are r=
ecorded using a mic / DI-box, and doing effects with ArtyFX.
The workflow is quite nice, but needs some stream-lining and=
improvement. Also, Luppp needs to be released: the reason I'm holding =
off is because there's no use in live-performance software that *might*=
crash during performance. Hence, please sit-tight, and know I'm workin=
g on it!
Cheers, -Harry

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Re: [LAU] Examples of synth/drum live performance Jack setup..., Harry van Haaren, (Wed Oct 16, 4:17 pm)
Re: [LAU] Examples of synth/drum live performance Jack setup..., Gianfranco Ceccolini, (Wed Oct 16, 7:40 pm)