rafa-el at att.net
Wed Mar 18 16:02:38 PDT 2009
> i've heard of studio 64, but just.
> i think one of my problems is that i have
> a very vanilla box and it needs some hardware
> help. i'm always suspicious of device drivers
> and other modules missing or needing libraries
> or some such; error messages help, package
> managers help....
> i'm up for sharing the pain. i've got okay
> command line skills and am a bit familiar with
> GUI stuff. i'd certainly like to learn audio
> on linux.
Same here, I'll keep you posted on how things evolve here.
> did you go to the BALUG meeting about audio
> on linux last night?
No, had to work late :/
> do you know about the Linux-Audio-User (LAU)
> mailing list?
> Linux-audio-user at lists.linuxaudio.org
> i just learned about linuxmusicians.com
I didn't, thanks for the pointers.
> On Tue, 2009-03-17 at 21:46 -0700, Rafael Vanoni wrote:
>> jim wrote:
>>> i'd like to know myself. i've got a fairly
>>> fast box that i could use, tho' last time i
>>> tried, i failed to get ardour properly
>>> installed and running. you wanna help me?
>> I've just installed it myself. I know my way around sequencers and
>> mixers, but not used to audio in Linux at all.
>> While searching the web I found a distro called 64 Studio. Ever heard of it?
>>> On Tue, 2009-03-17 at 18:08 -0700, Rafael Vanoni wrote:
>>>> Hi folks, just joined the list.
>>>> I was wondering if there are any Ardour users in the group? I'm
>>>> interested in how it compares to proprietary solutions like Logic,
>>>> ProTools, ..
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