Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] Acid for Linux ?
From: Patrick Shirkey (pshirkey_AT_boosthardware.com)
Date: Sun Dec 08 2002 - 10:45:25 EET
If you want to achieve similar things in Linux to what you can do with
ACID then you have to learn the Un*x paradigm. Essentially *everything*
is modular. Now we have Jack which allows you to connect multiple apps.
When used together they are capable of doing as much if not more than ACID.
While you currently find the interface in ACID to be designed for the
way your mind works, if you want to use Linux apps successfully you will
have to get used to this new mindset, design your own, or convince the
creators of ACID to port to Linux.
IMO two out of three aint bad ;)
Try looking into Pd, spiralsynthmodular, bristol synth, mustajurri,
freaktweak, alsamodularsynth, alsaplayer, jack rack, gdam, terminatorX
Of the above mustajurri, bristol synth, gdam and terminatorX don't have
support for JACK.
-- Patrick Shirkey - Boost Hardware Ltd. For the discerning hardware connoisseur http://www.boosthardware.com 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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