Some old beats are out

Some old beats are out

I’ve released some of my old beats that we pending for quite a time. You can check them out on my Funkwhale If you happen to like anything, just let me know, we will figure it out Dusted Fallen Folk Pillows Swipe

<span title='2023-07-23 13:46:29 +0200 +0200'>July 23, 2023</span>&nbsp;·&nbsp;1 min&nbsp;·&nbsp;allanger
Creating a Sample Pack: Kick

Creating a Sample Pack: Kick

Oi! I’ve decided to turn that blog more into the musical direction, because I’ve got enough of IT related stuff on my work. So most probably, I’ll be posting about sound design, sound engineering and music more. Intro I want to make a series of articles about sound design. I’ll be learning as well during this process, and here I’ll just post my findings. If you happen to read it and find mistakes, feel free to send me your thoughts....

<span title='2023-05-24 16:59:03 +0200 +0200'>May 24, 2023</span>&nbsp;·&nbsp;3 min&nbsp;·&nbsp;allanger
Dynamic Environment Per Branch with ArgoCD

Dynamic Environment Per Branch with ArgoCD

Do you remember? And using helmfile, I will install ArgoCD to my clusters, of course, because it’s an awesome tool, without any doubts. But don’t manage your infrastructure with it, because it’s a part of your infrastructure, and it’s a service that you provide to other teams. And I’ll talk about in one of the next posts. Yes, I have written 4 posts where I was almost absolutely negative about ArgoCD....

<span title='2023-02-25 14:00:00 +0100 +0100'>February 25, 2023</span>&nbsp;·&nbsp;17 min&nbsp;·&nbsp;allanger

Argocd vs Helmfile: Helmfile

In two previous posts I’ve described how it’s possible to install a couple of applications with Applications and ApplicationSets , and this one is the last in a row. And here I’m going to install the same applications (VPA and Goldilocks) with helmfile, and I will tell why I think that it’s better than ArgoCD So let’s start. Here you can find the initial config . Let’s see what we got here:...

<span title='2023-02-17 12:48:51 +0100 +0100'>February 17, 2023</span>&nbsp;·&nbsp;42 min&nbsp;·&nbsp;allanger
ArgoCD

ArgoCD vs Helmfile: ApplicationSet

This is a second post about “argocding” your infrastructure. First can be found here . There I’ve tried using Applications for deploying. Here I will try to show an example with ApplicationSets. As in the previous article, I will be installing VPA and Goldilocks So let’s prepare a base. We have 3 clusters: cluster-1 cluster-2 cluster-3 With ApplicationSets you have an incredible amount of ways to deploy stuff. So what I’m doing may look super-different from what you would do...

<span title='2023-02-15 10:14:09 +0100 +0100'>February 15, 2023</span>&nbsp;·&nbsp;6 min&nbsp;·&nbsp;allanger
ArgoCD

ArgoCD vs Helmfile: Applications

So as promised in the previous ArgoCD post , I’ll try to show a simple example of Pull Requests for different kinds of setups. This is the first part. Putting everything in the same post seems kind of too much. Intro I’ve created three main branches and three branches for install two applications. I assume we have two production clusters (If you’ve read the previous post, you know that by saying ‘production’, I mean production for SRE team, so they can be dev/stage/whatever for other teams) and one test cluster (the one where SRE team can test anything without affecting other teams)...

<span title='2023-02-13 12:14:09 +0100 +0100'>February 13, 2023</span>&nbsp;·&nbsp;13 min&nbsp;·&nbsp;allanger
ArgoCD

Don't use ArgoCD for your infrastructure

Of course, it’s just a clickbait title. Use whatever works for you. I will just describe why I wouldn’t use ArgoCD for the infrastructure Prelude ArgoCD is an incredibly popular tool and I see that many DevOps guys (I know that it’s not a job definition, but I feel like it’s the best description that everybody can understand) want to use everywhere. I wasn’t an exception, but I’ve just changed my mind....

<span title='2023-02-09 12:47:32 +0100 +0100'>February 9, 2023</span>&nbsp;·&nbsp;15 min&nbsp;·&nbsp;allanger
Vst on Linux

Vst on Linux 3

I’ve been told that I should add descriptions to plugins I’m writing about here, and it sounds very reasonable. So now I will not only describe how to install a plugin but also add a small description to it. Prerequisite All of them are covered in the first post You have Wine and Yabridge installed You have a Wine prefix configured (in my case, $HOME/.wine_vst_plugins/, so every time you see it, use your own wine prefix) Before we begin In the previous post, I was trying to run PaulXStretch on Linux, and using it as a plugin in a DAW didn’t work out....

<span title='2023-02-03 18:26:44 +0100 +0100'>February 3, 2023</span>&nbsp;·&nbsp;6 min&nbsp;·&nbsp;allanger
VST on Linux

Vst on Linux 2

Big ups, Venus Theory! Link to the video Prerequisite All of them are covered in the first post You have Wine and Yabridge installed You have a Wine prefix configured (in my case, $HOME/.wine_vst_plugins/, so every time you see it, use your own wine prefix) Deelay 👍 You can find it here: https://sixthsample.com/deelay/ After receiving a link, I’m downloading a Windows 64-bit version and running $ WINEPREFIX="$HOME/.wine_vst_plugins/" wine Deelay-1.0.3-Installer-64bit.exe $ yabridgectl sync It’s running, but the context menus UI glitch is present Audio qualities of this plugin on Linux are prefect, but when you open any drop-down menu, plugin’s window is getting hidden....

<span title='2023-01-31 19:32:34 +0100 +0100'>January 31, 2023</span>&nbsp;·&nbsp;4 min&nbsp;·&nbsp;allanger
Vst on Linux

Vst on Linux 1

Best, but according to Output. Their article: *https://output.com/blog/output-favorites-freebies This is kinda article where I’m looking for “BEST FREE VST” articles or videos, or whatever, trying to run them on Linux and checking how they perform. The first article I’ve found is one by Output, so be it. 1. Arcade by Output 👎 Freaking unexpected, huh? But what choice do I have? **Walk the walk and talk the talk. **So let’s start by pressing the “TRY IT FREE” button....

<span title='2023-01-24 15:47:50 +0100 +0100'>January 24, 2023</span>&nbsp;·&nbsp;9 min&nbsp;·&nbsp;allanger