[Ardour-Users] Ardour: Prog-Rock Band Recordings

Carlos sanchiavedraz csanchezgs at gmail.com
Fri Nov 23 01:46:08 PST 2012

2012/11/21 Ben Bell <bjb-ardour-users at deus.net>:
> After several years of using Ardour I thought I'd follow the trend and
> post a couple of things here for general amusement :)
> They should however carry a health warning: they're mostly long prog-rock
> pieces.
> Everything here except the lead vocals were done in Ardour. Mostly live,
> with overdubs.
>   http://www.fusionorchestra2.com/media/
> The only reason the lead vocals weren't Ardour is that the singer recorded
> them separately at her home setup.
> And this is 100% Ardour, and was a more conventional layer-by-layer studio
> recording:
>   http://soundcloud.com/benjamesbell/sketch-of-a-day
> All the effects (beyond those inherent in the instruments) are free LADSPA
> plugins, so this is a pure Open Source effort.
> I'm pretty happy with the results I've been getting. My skills at mixing
> and mastering aren't great, and recording drums in a shoebox room is always
> going to be a challenge, but all in all I think ardour holds up to the
> challenge really well.
> Oh, and if anyone with more mixing skills is interested in helping out in
> future... ;)
> bjb
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Hi, Ben.

Good song, you should also post it to LAU list.

So you record/mix with Ardour. Are all physical instruments then?

Carlos sanchiavedraz
* Musix GNU+Linux

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