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While I was enjoying the ‘good life’, Operating System wise speaking, by running CrunchBang. I had a few things to do in Windows. By investing in a SSD a month ago I can switch OSs within the hour(!). But why? have a few of my Dutch clients complaining the html forms at both OnsPlanB.NL and […]
I’ve had this problem a few times now. For a very odd reason, my sounds stops working. Restarting ‘alsa-utils’ won’t help. The only thing that did seem to help is rebooting. But hello … that’s such a ‘windows solution’! The proper way to go about it is: Open a terminal. Type: “sudo /etc/init.d/alsa-utils stop” and press […]
Once upon a time … I used to be fanatic on creating digital music. Although that’s all in the past, technology wise I’m still interested what’s available. to be continued … (when I have more time … not now) Resources used to compile the list: arstechnica.com/open-source/guides/2011/01/making-music-in-linux-and-beyond.ars/2 blog.audiojungle.net/resources/29-music-making-apps-for-linux/ audio.tutsplus.com/articles/general/29-music-making-apps-for-linux/ http://ubuntustudio.org/
TiMidity++, originally and still frequently informally called TiMidity, is a software synthesizer that can play MIDI files without a hardware synthesizer. It can either render to the sound card in real time, or it can save the result to a file, such as a PCM .wav file. TiMidity++ primarily runs under Linux and Unix-like operating systems. Feature […]