[LAU] one piece with linux, one without

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Date: Thursday, January 9, 2014 - 2:45 pm

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Dear All,

This is my first time posting music to this forum, though i've been reading it
to get general advice for quite some time.

i'm finally at a point where i can start composing, again, and begin another
electronic piece

. If anyone wants to comment on how the production can be improved, i'm all
ears. i am aware of the crackling at the beginning of the piece, which surfaced
during the mastering process and got worse when reencoding the original .wav
file. i've a better computer, now, and i hope that helps with some of this.

In any event, the piece was composed with Bristol, qsynth, some samples from
vkeybd, zynaddsubfx (Yoshimi was not yet out), AMS, and Hydrogen.

The second piece

is for pipe organ. It involves no Linux and the recording technique is
amateurish. The performance was a world premiere in Zug, Czechoslovakia, this
last Sunday. The organist is Amelia Javorina. It's the first performance of my
music outside of school--ever--so i'm just excited to let others know.

Finally, if there are legal issues with linking to files in the mp3 format,
please let me know.

i look forward to hearing what you all have to say. Take care.
bill
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Dear All,

This is my first time posting music to this forum, though i've been reading it to get general advice for quite some time.

i'm finally at a point where i can start composing, again, and begin another
electronic piece.  If anyone wants to comment on how the production can be improved, i'm all ears.  i am aware of the crackling at the beginning of the piece, which surfaced during the mastering process and got worse when reencoding the original .wav file.  i've a better computer, now, and i hope that helps with some of this.

In any event, the piece was composed with Bristol, qsynth, some samples from vkeybd, zynaddsubfx (Yoshimi was not yet out), AMS, and Hydrogen.

The
second piece is for pipe organ.  It involves no Linux and the recording technique is amateurish.  The performance was a world premiere in Zug, Czechoslovakia, this last Sunday.  The organist is Amelia Javorina.  It's the first performance of my music outside of school--ever--so i'm just excited to let others know.

Finally, if there are legal issues with linking to files in the mp3 format, please let me know.

i look forward to hearing what you all have to say.  Take care.
bill

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[LAU] one piece with linux, one without, bill@wolfcomposer.com, (Thu Jan 9, 2:45 pm)
Re: [LAU] one piece with linux, one without, Ken Restivo, (Fri Jan 17, 12:43 am)
Re: [LAU] one piece with linux, one without, bill@wolfcomposer.com, (Fri Jan 17, 1:20 pm)
Re: [LAU] one piece with linux, one without, Ken Restivo, (Fri Jan 17, 6:21 pm)
Re: [LAU] one piece with linux, one without, Will Godfrey, (Thu Jan 9, 9:35 pm)