Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] Virtual Mixing Desk
From: Arnold Krille (arnold_AT_arnoldarts.de)
Date: Sat Jul 17 2004 - 18:16:48 EEST
On Saturday 17 July 2004 13:39, Stanley Jaddoe wrote:
> My question: does this kind of virtual mixing desk exists in Linux? If not,
> how do you mix your audio streams (softsynth outputs)?
Two thinks I can recommend:
First: Ardour has a good mixer like the one you are searching for.
Disadvantage: you get the overhead of a not-needed hd-recorder...
Second: JackMix 
I am writing it exactly for the
multiple-softsynths-with-no-common-mixer-problem. It isn't nearly finished
and the mixing concept isn't the usual all_channels_to_one_mainout. It also
misses LADSPA-effects but I am happy about everyone testing it and giving
feedback and perhaps sending patches / joining development. :-)
Advantage: You don't get the overhead of a not-needed hd-recorder...
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