Episode28

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Episode 28 - Community Call In - Leigh Dyer (lsd), Rich Wielgosz (Ricardus), Brian Bergstrom (kaimerra)

Title:

Banter:

Software Releases:

   Linux Music focused distro - Musix 2.0 Stable live DVD was released Nov. 28th 2009.
   http://www.musix.org.ar/en/index.html
  

Audio Releases:

Tips:

   IRC user danni submits this link to a channel of zynaddsubfx video tutorials.
   http://www.youtube.com/user/zynaddsubfx
   IRC user DanDare sent this link on using arduino to make a midi drum gorilla studio style.
   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGl-ba7qSi
   IRC user holstein posted this cool link for bass players.
   http://www.mutantbass.com/
   IRC user and ubuntu studio developer stocastic posted his recent talk - an introduction to  Ubuntu Studio.
   http://www.vimeo.com/7790813
 
   IRC user Stuzz posted this link to a The Amserdam Music Composer a Linux app for music composition. 
   http://members.chello.nl/w.boeke/amuc/
   
   IRC user Stuzz posted this link to a Puppy Linux based distro with a focus of Music creation on Netbooks.
   http://pupitup.org/
   IRC user JTA submits this resource for building an audio workstation with on top of a Slackware base install.
   http://www.straightedgelinux.com/
   IRC user Ricardus submits a link from Tape Op magazine on honest recordings.
   http://tapeop.com/honestrecordings/

Gear:

Announcements:

Rants/Calling BS:

Tech Segment:

Listener Feedback:

  IRC user nutrix posted this comment on getting OSMP through Miro
  Hi there!  Being a big fan of OSM Podcast, I was thinking about a simple way
  to getting it updates under the "same roof" as other similar
  audio/video podcasts. I've been trying out Miro for a while now
  and my first thought was that i could find OSMP through the "search audio"
  or appropiate "genres" choices. No luck in my case.
  Instead copying the rss feed link <http://opensourcemusician.libsyn.com/rss>
  then in Miro (2.5.3) choosing "Sidepanel" > Add channel > Audio + paste.
  That did it !
  Thought this tip might help some of your listensers.
  Thanks for a relaxed yet serious podcast!!!
  NUTRIX
  IRC user Trece8 brought this to my attention.  And I thought it would be an interesting topic to discuss
  Q: Is it true that recordings back in the 60's and 70's were about perfection in imperfection and more 
  about the vibe and the moment... Are we too obsessed with perfection in modern day recordings?
  Listen to Led Zepplin's version of "Babe I'm going to leave you" at the 1min30 to the 1min50... something
  happens - plant gets lost in this verse and you can tell hes just filling time: oh yeah, baby baby i will
  something, really n got to ramble ... you can hear the guitar even starts to lose the plot because they aren't 
  sure if plant is going to recover, then in the background you hear a studio engineer shout out to Plant 
  presumably the next line in the song.  Plant is now back on track and so is the band for the rest of the song. 
  

Contact Info:

  Guests of the evening: 
  Leigh Dyer (lsd) - http://blag.linuxgamers.net/
  Rich Wielgosz (Ricardus) - http://richwielgosz.com/
  Brian Bergstrom (kaimerra) - http://chosenrobot.com/index.php
  
  Wiki:
  http://opensourcemusician.com
  E-Mails:
  osmp@pipemanmusic.com
  Twitter and Identi.ca:
  http://twitter.com/pipemanmusic
  http://identi.ca/pipemanmusic
  http://identi.ca/guitarman
  Blogs:
  http://pipemanmusic.blogspot.com
  http://www.deadbeatguitarist.com/cgi-bin/blosxom.cgi/index.rss
  Voicemail:
  http://opensourcemusician.libsyn.com
  Forums:
  http://www.linuxmusicians.com/viewforum.php?f=41
  IRC:
  irc.freenode.net/#opensourcemusicians

Podcast Out!

Song: Corduroy Pete and the Three Day Beard - Hope Wrapped in Love

     http://www.strangedays.no/corduroypete.html
     http://www.strangedays.no/CorduroyPete-HopeWrappedInLove.mp3

Direct MP3 download of the Podcast: http://media.libsyn.com/media/opensourcemusician/OSMPEpisode28.mp3

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