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Intro:

Banter:

Software Releases:
    Ardour 2.8.2:
Contains a fix for a another critical bug on OS X that causes ardour to crash when deleting plugins with Carbon-based user interfaces. There are also two other small fixes - logarithmic plugin parameters can now be modified sensibly, and when importing files using the "copy files to session" option, an existing BWF timestamp is no longer lost. All OS X users are recommended to upgrade immediately - for those who have paid for any previous 2.8-series version, it is a free upgrade. Linux users may choose to wait for 2.8.3 in a couple of weeks which will contain a dozen or so other bug fixes. Thanks to Thomas Vecchione for help with debugging the crash, and Nick Murtagh for those two other fixes.

Audio Releases:
Julien Claassen:
Title:
"Dreams of music for a new world"
Review:
I liked it. There was some constructive feedback on LAU and he is working on another mix of it. Very atmospheric with real samples of the ocean.
Link:
Tips:
Great Resource for Linux audio information:

Gear:
M-Audio Delta 1010lt:
Pros:
  • Reasonably priced
  • Well supported
  • Available everywhere
  • Lots of inputs and outputs.
  • GUI Controls
  • Hardware Mixer
  • MIDI
  • Digital in/out
  • 24 bit
Cons:
  • Unbalanced RCA connectors
  • No support for higher sample rates ie. 196
  • Not the best converters in the world
  • PCI
Specs:
  • 8 x 8 unbalanced analog I/O
  • 2 built-in mic preamp
  • 1 x 1 MIDI I/O
  • Word clock I/O for sample accurate device synchronization
  • S/PDIF digital I/O with PCM and AC-3/DTS surround
Conclusion:
Great mid level card that will expand your studios capability. I highly recommend it as a place to start out with multi-track recording.

Announcements:
RatHoleRadio:
Linux-audio italia podcast:  Listener - 'becks' in our IRC channel hosts a Linux Audio podcast in Italian                
Link:
Nick Wilbanks:
Nick has completed basic training and is now officially a United States Marine. Congratulations Nick!!!
Rants:
Steve:
Compiling a kernel ate up my weekend results in a jump from Slackware 12.2 to Fedora 10 with Planet CCRMA - laziness ftw
Dan:
Community Participation in the podcast
  • Feedback
  • Segments
  • Promotion
  • Music Submissions


Tech Segment:
  • Discuss community music track (need to set submission deadline)
  • Sim's Side Chain Compression Segment

Listener Feedback:
Pronunciation Fails!:
Steve corrects his poor pronunciation on last weeks featured songwriter -  its pronounced Mike Holesteen.
Steve also gets corrected by Paul Deshaw via email - lol.  Paul also directs us to Brian's Bedroom Linux Audio Blog for some Hydrogen Midi Drum Templates.
http://briansbedroom.org/hydrogen/hydrogen-drumbeat-templates-a-non-drummers-best-friend
http://briansbedroom.org/hydrogen/funk-hydrogen-beat-templates/
http://briansbedroom.org/hydrogen/jazz-and-blues-hydrogen-drum-beat-templates/

Contact Info:
E-Mails:
osmp@pipemanmusic.com
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IRC:
irc.freenode.net/#opensourcemusicians

Podcast Out!

Song:
"I am the one" - by Lashmoove
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