Hello Fediverse! I'm just someone learning to play and produce some music, wishing I had started when I was young. It's never too late, though.
My teenager son was playing the piano. His uncle said that he plaid like Schopenhauer. I laughed at the apparent confusion, but then I thought twice.
Although my son is not bad at the piano, clearly he doesn't play like Chopin. And I have to reckon that I have no idea how good was Schopenhauer at the piano. So maybe the uncle was right after all.
@falktx looks like it drew inspiration from this illustration, which was on the cover of tape op magazine in 2012.
Esa es la luchha
Hoy estamos aquí por hacer una revolución
Queremos tierra, vivienda, trabajo, libertad
Por la paz
Por el amor
Por la diversión
Esa es la lucha
Alce su voz
Alce su grito
Música libre que quiere ser escuchada.¡Pásala, por favor!
Muchas gracias a la guatemalteca Gabriela Bolten por su energética voz.
This song is DEMO quality. I cannot mix better than this. :)
Here you have all the Bitwig project files.
This song uses samples a track by Gabriela Bolten. She generously gave me her permission. ¡Muchas gracias, Gabriela!
Der lästige Kavalier (El caballero pesao). Berthold Woltze, 1874.
Muse Group formed to support MuseScore, Ultimate Guitar; acquires Audacity
And they are hiring a C++ developer (Qt/QML) to working Audacity. https://mu.se/c-development-lead
"If you are using so many notes, maybe it's because you haven't found the right one."
I cannot describe the beauty of this moment when I had lined up Ubuntu Studio, JACK, ALSA and Firefox with NVIDIA, AMD, a Native Instruments audio interface and speakers...
I went to https://music.lukaprincic.si/track/ichika and I clicked the Play button.
And for the first time this conglomerate of hardware and software produced a sound, and what a beautiful sound!
Ichika by @luka is a great test for audio Linux. Pure free software code, where purity is beauty.
One reason is that, jokes apart, "have you turned it off an on?" is still a thing in software, and especially software integration.
The other reason maybe is that after months planning to recover this PC, I decided to install Ubuntu Studio exactly when Ubuntu & flavors upgraded to a new version (as they do every six months). My system might have been a victim of transient misalignment between repositories and packages.
I finally took this parked PC, installed Ubuntu Studio, plugged my music gear, and installed Bitwig.
It's kind of magical! And with this I mean that at the beginning the system was unstable and I would get crashes and freezes as soon as something was plugged / unplugged or even played. Then, reboot after reboot... for some reason, stability would increase. After a couple of days, I feel I have a solid system.
I have an explanation based on two factors:
We're a collective and soon to be diy label from Berlin.
We're interested in pretty much all kinds of music and art. But anything dub / ambient / electronic / experimental gets us especially excited
We also dabble in visuals utilizing old video mixers and glitchy diy circuits as well as #blender stuff
Looking forward to getting to know all of you, share our knowledge and learn something new!
I'm thinking whether mixing and mastering is something I want to learn. I mean even the basics, as a hobbyist.
There is so much to learn in music production, and time is limited. Then again, I am realizing that without better mixing whatever I create sounds meh especially beyond my brain and my headset. Which is not good for sharing.
I welcome any thoughts and advice. Do you pay much attention to mixing and mastering yourselves? How did you learn?
Learning music. I wish I had done this when I was a kid with plenty of time. Still, it's never too late.
SoNoMu (Sound Noise Music) is a mastodon instance for musicians, sound-artists, producers of any kind of aural noise, songwriters, bedroom producers, sonic manglers and algorave livecoders. -> more...