I use Open Source, GPL'd software for all my Audio and Video projects (and, well just about everything else, too). Here's a quick summary of what I'm using right now for Audio production and performance.
After doing some performance debugging on mysql running in a vm I found the mysqld service refused to start. The log files showed nothing other than it exiting with an exit code of 1.
Running mysqld from the command line (with sudo -u mysql mysqld -v) also gave nothing useful.
Finally I found a suggestion to run:
sudo -u mysql mysqld_safe --log-error=/tmp/mysql.log
The second of my two audition pieces for entry to UNE's Bachelor of music. SOOoooo much room for improvement but it got me through :-)
The Foggy, Foggy Dew is a traditional English folk song, this being the version created and popularised by Benjamin Britten. It is a somewhat cheeky tale of a love from years ago complete with thinly-veiled justification for following one's heart.
The first of my two audition pieces for entry to UNE's Bachelor of music. Still soooo much room for improvement but it got me through :-)
Lasciatemi morire is from Claudio Monteverdi's opera L'Arianna. It is Ariadne's lament at being abandoned by her love on the island of Naxos.
Huge thanks to Jason Barry-Smith who got me to this stage with a sum total of three singing lessons in my life!
One of my favourite out-of-the-way spots, a small cemetery on the edge of Lake Samsonvale. Stick around for the crash at the end - the only damage was three cable ties.
All shot with a Mobius camera on a home-built H-Quad, running a crius SE board with MutliWii 2.3.
My entry for the The Lotus FPV Scavenger Hunt #1
Some dusk/night FPV for both the ghetto HZ-Quad and the bixler2, birds in flight and other bit and pieces.
First proper FPV flight of my home-built H-Quad. Just updated to Multiwii 2.3 and first round of tuning. Looks like I have to lower the roll-P judging by the first ascent.
Flown in rate mode too which is new for me, actually feeling pretty comfy with it already.
Had an awesome birthday arvo flying the bixler 2 around. Finally managed a few reasonable passes through two-trees and by the shed, and got to play with the new radial irrigation setup including flying under a few times for a shower :-)
Another windy day about a month ago. This was my first buzz through the trees near the shed which I have to say was pretty pucker-worthy at the time. The landing was at nearly zero landspeed - who needs flaps when you have a 30 knot headwind? Also a pretty ordinary attempt at the top two trees, followed by an excellent case study of "Target Fixation". I've since had a good run or two through two-trees so feel somewhat redeemed :-)