[PlanetCCRMA] To the 1/3 programmers 2/3 musicians

mike@banta.psyc.missouri.edu mike@banta.psyc.missouri.edu
Thu Jan 27 23:00:01 2005

Really, if someone can suggest a better list for such questions, let me 

I suppose I'm like some of you all...with a love for audio engineering, 
but also for music.  But in all my time w/ linux audio, I haven't found a 
good site with songs folks have composed with linux...with all of these 
powerful tools available, I figured I'd find examples of them being put to 
use.  So either 1) I am a bad googler 2) People use open source resources 
to compose closed-source music..or 3) (and most horible) everyone has, 
like me, spent all their time on the technical side, and forgot the 
splender of actually creating.

So, can anyone point me to some collection of linux-created works?  Even a 
homepage with drunken experiments.  The tools work, I just want to look at 
how others use them...explore the boundaries of possibility.  I feel 
horrible sending this to those who are 100% musician and/or 100% 
programmer-extraordinaire.  But, if there are enough people like me who 
use these tools to record 1)themselves 2)their local band or 3) 
bands/people they know who deserve to be recorded...I would like to start 
a site with links because I believe that somewhere in a google search 
should be "people who have utilized linux audio, and here's what it can 
sound like...eat it!".   

Of 1 million google pages which show problems/questions concerning the 
hard work everyone has put into these projects, I think 
at least one should show the amature possibilities which have resulted. 

Again, sorry if this is misplaced,