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The surprising circus inside San Miguel de Lillo

The rewards for those intrepid travelers who hustle up Mount Naranco in a heavy rainstorm are manifold.

Exhibit A: San Miguel de Lillo.

This petite beauty has been rewarding water-logged church lovers since 848.  364 more words


No MIDI Devices!

I recently got an unpleasant surprise when I tried to connect the input from a MIDI keyboard. I have a MIDI interface on my sound card plus a USB keyboard, so I was expecting to see something like the following on the ALSA tab of QjackCtl’s Connections window: 343 more words


Sound over SSH

The trick to getting sound to work over SSH in Ubuntu (besides using either the -X or -Y flag)?

$ sudo usermod -a -G audio… 12 more words

Trying Linux

UPDATED 16/03/15 Approximately every two years I find myself inspired to have a go with Linux. I install Ubuntu on an old PC and congratulate myself on having finally made the right choice. 2.076 more words


Traveling Bus-ness class in Spain

Once again, I’m reporting from the Spanish highway system. This time, aboard an elegant vessel operated by ALSA.

It turns out the bus companies have taken a page from modern navies. 117 more words

Ways Of Travelling

How to Get Your M-Audio ProjectMix I/O Working in Linux


This is something that I wanted to do for quite a while. I’ve never really used Linux for music production because I prefer Windows and OSX software such as Pro Tools, but it’s nice to be able to listen to music while I code. 952 more words


Drie uur reizen in Spanje lijkt korter dan 1,5 uur in Nederland

Sinds dit jaar zit ik voor het eerst buiten Almere op school. Dat was voor mij zeer wennen. Niet alleen de andere omgeving maar ook het reizen. 591 more words