Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] EMagic EMI 2|6, DJ
From: Brian Redfern (bredfern_AT_calarts.edu)
Date: Wed Dec 04 2002 - 00:09:57 EET
There's two different pro-level programs, terminatorX (which I wrote the
quicktoot for), and also Gdam, which is just as good as PCDJ. Final
scratch pro is really expensive, while terminatorx and gdam are gpl. Gdam
is quicker to load files and supports mutliple soundcards (one for
playback and one for cueing). TerminatorX can use cueing via a stereo
splitter and both also have their own beatmatching mechanisms.
On Tue, 3 Dec 2002, Ron Lavoie wrote:
> Thanks Patrick:
> I actually own one now that I'm using under M$ W2k.
> I am interested in migrating my pro DJ setup to Linux, at least as an
> alternate to PCDJ under M$. The other issues would be that there's no
> pro-level MP3 DJ package (that I know of for Linux). The other challenge
> is setting up IEEE1394 external storage support under Linux.
> You may have heard of FinalScratch, but it seems that it's still buggy,
> difficult to set up, and expensive. It also does not permit storage of
> MP3s anywhere but the OS partition.
> I was delighted to discover this list. Thanks again, Patrick, for the reply,
> At 04:36 AM 2002-12-04 +0900, you wrote:
> >Ron Lavoie wrote:
> >>Are there linux drivers for this USB device?
> >At least one user has reported success with it but we haven't heard from
> >him for a while so we don't know the exact current status.
> >If you are looking at USB but don't know which one to go for the maudio
> >quattro has been working pretty well fo a while now. Although there are
> >some problems caturing with current cvs which were not there two weeks ago.
> >The ALSA USB audio code is known to work but many cards are still in
> >testing stage so you may have to do some debugging if you buy a USB device
> >at the moment. It's not so bad if you are have the time to spare.
> >Patrick Shirkey - Boost Hardware Ltd.
> >For the discerning hardware connoisseur
> >http://www.djcj.org - The Linux Audio Users guide
> >Being on stage with the band in front of crowds shouting, "Get off! No! We
> >want normal music!", I think that was more like acting than anything I've
> >ever done.
> >Goldie, 8 Nov, 2002
> >The Scotsman
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