AutoStatic wrote:And there's the screencast: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=peMR6Agc7Es
Hello Capoeira, thanks! Professional, I don't know, I still have so much to learn. But I'm doing my very best. I just read Jezar Wakefield's (one of the original LADSAP authors) "How to Mix a Pop Song from Scratch" and it's one step further down the road. And I'm about to order some books on recording, mixing and mastering to improve my knowledge in those fields.Capoeira wrote:thanks man, and nice production....you are professional allready, one day i'll be there, too
Thanks steevc!steevc wrote:The video is a great demonstration of what Linux is capable of.
It is simply such great stuff. Sometimes I can just sit down for hours playing with sounds, creating new ones. Especially amSynth is a really nice synth to start with, not too many parameters to tweak, just two oscillators but powerful nonetheless.steevc wrote:I need to play with more of these apps.
AutoStatic wrote:Especially amSynth is a really nice synth to start with, not too many parameters to tweak, just two oscillators but powerful nonetheless.
AutoStatic wrote:maghoxfr: http://rapidshare.com/#!download|478tl| ... .0.rar|404
There are a lot of articles around with the same title and from the same author but all of those are not complete. The PDF in the above link does contain the complete article.
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