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Yes, I'm interested in music.  I play a lot of different kinds of instruments.  I'm not a professional.  I also like computer generated music and have an old interest in synthesized music.  I'm less interested in computers as interfaces and more interested in mixing, sampling, etc.

 

Paul

 

-----Original Message-----
From: "Richard Burkhart" <richard@khanfusion.net>
Sent: Saturday, April 6, 2013 12:07pm
To: "LUGOD" <vox@lists.lugod.org>
Subject: [vox] Any musicians in our group?

Bored curiosity time: are there any musicians among the LUGOD'ers?

I'm currently exploring a set of music related Linux projects:

- Learning how to use the audio software in Ubuntu Studio -
specifically Ardour - to do multi-track recording from various sources
(guitar, vocals, software-based drum machine, etc.)

- I don't have an actual guitar amp (Little boxes powered by 9 volt
batteries don't count, no matter how much the little box looks like a
Fender amp w/half stack). I'm trying to get a Line6 Pod XTLive digital
amp modeler to:
a) connect to the computer via USB (a Line6 driver is in the kernel, and
loaded in Ubuntu by default),
b) be visible and route'able as an input in JACK,
c) be visible to Ardour as a source (I got the VU meters to bounce from
the guitar input),
d) and finally (the part I'm still working on) have the audio signal
actually hit the recording track and be available to the monitor
speakers so I can play guitar through the Pod without headphones.

- Some day I'll get a *real* amp, of the kind that can be heard in
Davis from Sacramento at 1/3 volume. Anyone play with linux-based
recording of these? Yesterday I found out that the Fender Mustang
series (digital amp) is USB-connectable, has a driver in the kernel
that's been loaded in Ubuntu by default, and has QT4/libusb-1.0 based
software (http://piorekf.org/plug/about/) that will let you configure
the amp from the computer side. This moves the Mustang into the same
category as the PodXTLive ... if I can get the Pod working in Ardour,
the Mustang probably won't be any different ... So has anyone played
around with a different amp? How'd you get it to work?

So ... back to the bored curiosity. Are there any musicians among the
Lugod membership? What do you play? Have any of you explored digital
recording or external hardware? Anyone play with USB or Firewire multi
channel audio interfaces? Anyone curious about what I find out once I
finally work through all of the above challenges?

Happy Saturday

Richard B.
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