CC0 sample bank created by and for the supercontinent ensemble
Instructions for Contributing
Important: Please ensure that all samples you contribute are samples where you are 100% sure that either (a) you are the original creator and thus copyright holder, or (b) the samples are are clearly and verifiably in the public domain. Consider adding a .txt file to any folder you add briefly indicating how the samples were produced.
Create an account on github.com (just once).
Fork the repository by going to the central copy of it on github at https://github.com/dktr0/supercontinent.git and clicking on the Fork button (just once).
Clone yourcopy* of the repository from github to a computer in your posession. For example:
cd ~ git clone https://github.com/yourUserNameOnGithub/supercontinent.git
Add sample folders and files to the cybernetic-samples folder on your computer (if you follow the instruction above exactly, it will be in your home folder).
To share changes with others, first check what differences exist in your folder:
cd ~/supercontinent git status
- If the list of changed files from git status looks right, add them all to a pending commit (terminal code here assumes you are still in the cybernetic-samples folder):
git add .
- By contrast, if the list isn't completely right, you can get around this by adding the right things one by one:
git add someSampleFolder/someSoundFile.wav
- After you've added, wrap that up as a "commit" with a descriptive message and push it to your github.com copy of the repository:
git commit -m "a message describing what you are changing/adding" git push
Go on github.com, to the page about your copy of the repository, and click pull request. dktr0 will get a message about it and will be able to merge it with the central copy.
To get an updated version of the central copy from time to time, you must first have added + committed any of your own changes, then:
cd ~/supercontinent git pull https://github.com/dktr0/supercontinent.git main