A spectacle with open source tools

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A spectacle with open source tools

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Hello,

In jully, I made a representation with a friend of mine around metal and danse.
All the music was generated / played using open source tools:
Tuxguitar for the backingtracks (guitar pro files).
Guitarix to process the guitar.
Non mixer to adjust audio levels
Ray Session to prepare de session.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHgPs7imm_M&t=23s

Best regards !

Yann :D
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Very original concept - I like it :)

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Nice, although I do not find that the dancing goes so much along with the music being played. But then I do not know anything about dancing and do not watch dance performance. When I do freestyle body movements with music I tend to express all notes that I hear. Can become streneous quickly though so a balance has to be reached in which not all the notes and beats are directly expressed I guess.

Cordialement, cheers.
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ycollette wrote:
Sun Aug 02, 2020 7:57 am
Hello,

In jully, I made a representation with a friend of mine around metal and danse.
All the music was generated / played using open source tools:
Tuxguitar for the backingtracks (guitar pro files).
Guitarix to process the guitar.
Non mixer to adjust audio levels
Ray Session to prepare de session.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHgPs7imm_M&t=23s
Nice stuff, but I suggest watching this for making better next time https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqHZJe6306k ,-)
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Very nice. I liked the guitar playing. I'm not a great fan of dance but I thought it was soothing :D
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tavasti wrote:
Sun Aug 02, 2020 5:22 pm
ycollette wrote:
Sun Aug 02, 2020 7:57 am
Hello,

In jully, I made a representation with a friend of mine around metal and danse.
All the music was generated / played using open source tools:
Tuxguitar for the backingtracks (guitar pro files).
Guitarix to process the guitar.
Non mixer to adjust audio levels
Ray Session to prepare de session.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHgPs7imm_M&t=23s
Nice stuff, but I suggest watching this for making better next time https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqHZJe6306k ,-)
Thanks a lot for the advice. I gave my phone to my girlfriend and she forgot to rotate the phone.
Next time .... :)

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jonetsu wrote:
Sun Aug 02, 2020 2:41 pm
Nice, although I do not find that the dancing goes so much along with the music being played. But then I do not know anything about dancing and do not watch dance performance. When I do freestyle body movements with music I tend to express all notes that I hear. Can become streneous quickly though so a balance has to be reached in which not all the notes and beats are directly expressed I guess.

Cordialement, cheers.
The dance part was improvised. Sometimes improvisation works fine with the music and sometimes not.
With the guitar, improving can be a huge task too. Without results from time to time ...

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This is the kind of thing we do in the living room at my house. Looks fun!

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