Introducing L20rk: the Linux Laptop Orchestra
DISIS, Home to Ico Bukvic's Digital Interactive Sound and Intermedia Studio: disis.music.vt.edu/main
The L2Ork home, the main site for information regarding the L2Ork Project. Links to recordings, performance schedules, history and FAQ: l2ork.music.vt.edu/main
The L2Ork YouTube site. Connects to a rehearsal video and an in-depth series of instructional videos for building the hemipods and other L2Ork hardware components: www.youtube.com/user/VTDISIS
The League Of Automated Music Composers, an excellent history, complete with images and recordings (highly recommended): crossfade.walkerart.org/brownbischoff
One Laptop Per Child (OLPC): laptop.org/en
Princeton Laptop Orchestra: plork.cs.princeton.edu
Pure Data (Pd), an excellent introduction to the awesome capabilities of Pd (highly recommended): puredata.info
Stanford Laptop Orchestra: slork.stanford.edu
Dave Phillips has been using Linux for sound and music since 1995. He is one of the original founders of the Linux Audio Developers/Users groups and has been the maintainer of linux-sound.org for more than ten years. He is the author of The Book Of Linux Music & Sound and has written many sound-related articles for various Linux publications. His other activities include playing in a blues band, reading Latin literature, playing with his shar-pei Maximus and spending time with his beloved Ivy. You can hear Dave's music at linux-sound.org/ardour-music.html.
Similis sum folio de quo ludunt venti.
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