It's a corner in the library intended for sound production.
In the library there is a corner with some sound equipment to be used for sound production. This project is about maintaining a list of sound equipment and a monthly meeting to exchange techniques of sound processing/production.
Meeting topic brainstorming?
I would like to express interest in an Ardour workshop/meeting! (Myself coming from commercial packages and curious what's the state of the art for open source DAWs!) - simonrepp
Digital Sound Processing Editor (multitrack editing & mixing): Ardour3
Lightweight Sound Editor (with a Nyquist prompt): Audacity
Drum Machine: DrumGizmo
Visual Programming Environment (DSP learning, Media/controller integration): Pure data (pd)
Run pd patches on android: pdDroidParty
Run pd patches on idevices (built interface using GUI elements): ModMuPlat
Sinusoidal Partial Editing Analysis & Resynthesis (Fourier in your basement, eem computer - deep waters): Spear
Real-Time Synthesis Engine (algorithmic composition - deep waters): SuperCollider
Real-Time Audio Signal Processing (DSP to C++ code - deep waters): Faust
Audio Signal Processing (concurrent audio multimedia programming - deep waters): ChucK
1 VGA flat monitor
2 Genelec 8020A speakers (far from a matched pair)
1 Casio CTK-651 synthesizer
1 Electric guitar
1 Nylon guitar
2 TRS male to XLR cables
1 mini TRS stereo male to 2 TRS female
1 TRS male to TRS female spring-cable
1 TRS male to XLR female
2 MIDI male to MIDI male
Help to grow the list: Have you something to spare? Something you can find?
- Headphones (40-16000Hz)
- A =<2-core computer =<4GB RAM?
- A usb sound-card?
- A DJ or other "relative" controller?