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far side of the mün (2012)

Written and recorded in a mad rush in February 2012, for the 2012 RPM Challenge. All production was performed under Linux, using almost entirely open-source tools. All music written and recorded by Leigh Dyer. This album is released under a Creative Commons CC-BY-SA 3.0 licence. Special thanks to the developers of all the great open-source tools used on this project, including (but not limited to): * Ardour 3 beta * SooperLooper * seq24 * LinuxSampler * Argotlunar * Calf, TAL, TAP, MDA, and Invada Studio plugins * AZR3 * Salamander Drumkit magnificent desolation” uses this sound from freesound: * “gramophone_crackle.wav” by 3bagbrew: www.freesound.org/people/3bagbrew/sounds/57746/ This album is dedicated to Kerbal Space Program, and the hundreds of intrepid Kerbal astronauts that have met with an untimely death. Your hilarious, and often fiery, deaths will be remembered!

Other RPM Partcipants

J. Alfred

Mike Penning

Bigger Than Small

Sensory Overload

Tiger Tanios Jacobsohn-Farah

Scott Franco

Zef Zipfer

Charlie Twitch

Ted Mann

Lynn's Brightest Friend

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pneuman

BIOGRAPHY

pneuman is an electronic musician from Melbourne, Australia, inspired by ambient, glitch, lo-fi, and retro games. He creates his music using Linux and free, open-source tools.

BAND MEMBERS
Leigh Dyer (pneuman) -- all sounds

YEARS COMPLETED
2012

GENRES
Electronica

OTHER BAND SITES
http://pneuman.bandcamp.com/
http://wootangent.net/


Completed Albums

far side of the mün(2012)

Written and recorded in a mad rush in February 2012, for the 2012 RPM Challenge. All production was performed under Linux, using almost entirely open-source tools. All music written and recorded by Leigh Dyer. This album is released under a Creative Commons CC-BY-SA 3.0 licence. Special thanks to the developers of all the great open-source tools used on this project, including (but not limited to): * Ardour 3 beta * SooperLooper * seq24 * LinuxSampler * Argotlunar * Calf, TAL, TAP, MDA, and Invada Studio plugins * AZR3 * Salamander Drumkit magnificent desolation” uses this sound from freesound: * “gramophone_crackle.wav” by 3bagbrew: www.freesound.org/people/3bagbrew/sounds/57746/ This album is dedicated to Kerbal Space Program, and the hundreds of intrepid Kerbal astronauts that have met with an untimely death. Your hilarious, and often fiery, deaths will be remembered!


periapsis
hohmann
free return
eclipse
specific impulse
direct ascent
oberth
lagrange
escape velocity
magnificent desolation