My brother Baatr like
to sing songs and play guitar. He is living in small city Elista (Kalmyckia),
where I was born.
We communicate with each other mostly via email and when he visited my
office in 199x (don't remember when).
I asked him to record some songs for me. I had Sound Blaster 16,
"dirty" microphone installed on my 486 DX2/66 and guitar.
That was a hard work to record living voice with more or less quality.
Now I have a chance to hearing from him...
So, here is some samples in wav-format. All songs in Russian.
I have tested this page under Linux (Slackware 3.0, 1.3.68), Solaris 2.5 and Netscape 2.0)
You need SOX - (Sound Exchange), which is available in
or in our ftp-server
to listen these samples.
audio/x-wav; sox -t .wav - -t .au - > /dev/audio; stream-buffer-size=8000
in your personal mailcap file (usually ~/.mailcap). Say Netscape You'd
like to use it (Options,General Preferences,Helpers).
If you have fast connection you may listen sounds directly from network
or, if you're not so lucky :-) just download to file and run external
KSP (Fot those who know what does it means)
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