Talk:Basic Blues & Rock

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Sweeping the garage... chill for a bit CQ 15:38, 13 October 2006 (UTC)

Woot. Ah.[edit]

Hey, hey. Okay, I'm still pretty much a beginner at guitar, (only been playing seriously since August) but I'm willing to help out in any way I can with this project, but I'll most likely be learning as I move along. :P --Ex Machina 21:53, 4 December 2006 (UTC)

Yo ExMachina! Het, woot! Thanks for posting. I had almost forgotten about this Topic. Soon, I hope to aquire the hardware to hook up and start uploading some audio. Maybe Santa will bring me a new PC that can run DeMuDi or something cool like it! CQ 19:54, 9 December 2006 (UTC)
Sweet stuff. I'll help however I can, but I'm a strictly guitar man. Anything you think needs doing on the guitar aspect? I'm still a beginner, but I can edit as I learn. Just let me know if there's anything you think needs doing, and I'll do what I can. --Ex Machina 16:38, 11 December 2006 (UTC)
I arranged a DGX-220 Yamaha for Christmas. It is a midi enabled keyboard with lots of builtin instrument voices and music style backgrounds. Unfortunately I too am merely a beginner. However if I hook up the thing up right it can play backgrounds for tempo or prerecorded sound effects. I looked over the documentation on Jack a bit. It appears to be a c program with a defined API that is used by other programs to synchronize sound effects. I am more interested in sound tracks for animation clips than personal jamming but I suspect skills acquired in one would be applicable to the other. I may have dot.com address with high speed dsl that we can use for experimentation I will get back when I know for sure. Mirwin 04:31, 24 January 2007 (UTC)

Santa finally showed up[edit]

A little late but Santa made it! I'm now the proud 'owner' of a batch of recycled boxen that I can start building servers and production workstations with. I'm concentrating on FreeBSD for ices, icecast, apache and the webcasting platform. I'll be looking at debian, ubuntu and gentoo for production. It'll be coming together rapidly. Hang on Sloopy - Sloopy hang on! • yeoman 15:18, 2 May 2009 (UTC)