I’ve been playing with music on Linux, and Ardour in particular, for about a year now (I posted the first one on SoundCloud last June), but for some reason only found out about this community section today. I’m of course still very much a hobbyist (there’s a ton I still don’t know about Ardour, and there’s a lot of room for improvement in how I do mixing for instance), but I’ve really enjoyed this journey so far!
Until now I’ve only been posting all my efforts on LinuxMusicians, where I’ve also tried to document the process I followed each time, which tools I used and how, and the new things I tried to experiment with. It’s been really interesting to exchange ideas with the folks there, so I thought I’d share what I published so far here as well, and maybe new tracks as well when they’ll be ready. More feedback will only help!
Rather than open a new post for each track (there’s a dozen or so), and to avoid spamming, I thought I’d just share a link to my SoundCloud page instead: https://soundcloud.com/lminiero
I have the tracks divided in three separate sets, as ideally they’ll each become an “album” of sorts sooner or later:
- “Tracks” is for more “traditional” songs
- “Her” is where I’m putting tracks much more oriented on a mix of rock and orchestral music, and with a common theme
- “Classical” is there to host my efforts on classical music (I’ve been working on a symphony and a symphonic poem, which I hope to publish there too sooner or later).
I hope you’ll enjoy this, and I’ll make sure to have a listen of what you all have been up to as well!