Building Sounds for your Applications with SoundTracker - page 4
Getting Started: The Sounds
With Andrew J.D. Bowman
Well, there you have it. A roadmap to doing build-it-yourself sound blurbs for your applications, games, and whatever projects you may need to rustle up. Of course, this is just the beginning. There's much more out there to play and experiment with out in the world of electronic music. Take a look at http://www.united-trackers.org/ if you want to delve into this area further.
Anyone coming to Linux from the Windows Tracking world unfortunately will not find the wide range of tools available in Linux that they once had in Windows, but with the growth of programs like SoundTracker hopefully this is changing. Linux certainly has the power, strength, and flexibility to make an excellent multimedia development platform. Hobbyists and professionals alike must certainly be noticing the Linux takeover in the animation realm. Perhaps sound processing is soon to follow.
Dee-Ann LeBlanc has written over 10 computer books, over fifty
articles, taught classes, and more, mostly involving the Linux
operating system and its programs. You can follow her work and share
your input through her new mailing list at
http://www.dee-annleblanc.com/mailman/listinfo/general, or find out
more in general at http://www.Dee-AnnLeBlanc.com/.
Andrew J.D. Bowman is an analog and digital video engineer and digital
audio composer who's written a number of DVD and A/V titles for
Andrew J.D. Bowman is an analog and digital video engineer and digital audio composer who's written a number of DVD and A/V titles for www.expert-guides.com.
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