[ardour-users] Session export ?

Matthew Sewell matthewsewell at ojai.net
Tue Feb 22 11:09:44 PST 2005

On Mon, 2005-02-21 at 00:13, Wolfgang Woehl wrote:

> Some serious server-side brain damage me thinks. I'm not trying to 
> initiate a rocket starting sequence here but trying to get a file as in 
> "the most trivial thing a server can do" you know?
Well, you would THINK so, but that's not exactly the whole story.  The
system over at garageband.com is set up so that the actual files are not
stored under the server root, so you have to download them by connecting
to a CGI program that regulates which files are served out.  Some
musicians require that people join their mailing list before they can
download and some restrict downloads all together. 

> You succeeded. It's a bit sad that the intro hook doesn't come again 
> sometime, it's so nice.
Thank you.  Yes.  I'm planning a cleaner remix, and that is one of
things I hope to revisit.  I'm also in the process of converting all the
little parts to the song to ogg files that people can download and remix
any way they like.

> > close-miked my classical guitar with a cheap dynamic mic.  This
> > sounded too much like it was bad by accident rather than design, so I
> > re-recorded the track with an mxl 993 pencil condenser mic while
> > sitting on the corner of the tub in my bathroom.  This gave it a
> > natural small room reverb and comb effect, to which I later added
> > gverb for more ambiance.
> And where was Ardour at the time? Can you move your box?

Ardour was down the hall in my music room (which doubles as my wife's
sewing room).  I ran a mic cable out of the bathroom door to a tube
pre-amp and then ran another mic cable from the preamp to my Delta
1010LT card.  It is my plan to eventually build a machine specifically
for Ardour that will be rack-mounted and portable.

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