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Hi all - here's some free music for you lot - [bandcamp width=500 height=120 album=498864425 size=large bgcol=333333 linkcol=e99708 tracklist=false artwork=small] The latest in the now annual ghost cell series. Improvised laptop jams from 2016-2017, all based on various generative techniques, all one take performances. Minimal editing (normally only for length). Hope you enjoy!
Hey EKTers, this is my first question, hopefully I can make it fairly straightforward. I've browsed the forum and found answers for many things, but I haven't quite figured this one out. I have a laptop with this soundcard and linux OS (ubuntu 11). I'm not recording anything externally, just sequencing with soft synths, digital samples, etc. The plan is to save projects in Reaper for now, which is utilizing WineASIO and itself running in WINE. In a couple of months I hope to buy Reaper, acquire a proper external soundcard/audio interface and decent monitors. Then hopefully a dedicated PC to record audio so I can possibly utilize hardware, MIDI controllers, etc as I see fit. In the meantime of making some extra cash I want to get a headstart on making music "properly," and with that said I'm content and grateful for the resources I do have available. So in other words, I'm hashing out the music now, hoping to properly mix and master the tracks later. The question is, am I limiting the quality of the music itself by using this soundcard? I'm assuming not, since I'm not yet recording any audio through the soundcard, and that the only limitations I have are in terms of latency when sequencing and editing audio in Reaper. I just want to make sure though.
Should I try and take it apart ? :(