Re: [linux-audio-user] What parts of Linux audio simply suck ?

From: Burkhard Woelfel <versuchsanstalt@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Mon Jun 20 2005 - 14:38:05 EEST

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On Sunday 19 June 2005 18:01, Dave Phillips wrote:
> Greetings:
> The subject says it all.
> My own "Linux audio sucks" hobbyhorse:
> No way to recall a complex configuration of apps and plugins with
> all settings intact. If I use a complicated setup with multiple synths
> and plugins I have no way to recall these applications to their previous
> settings. LASH/LADCCA was supposed to address this situation but I don't
> know where that project stands at this point.
> And your favorite is... ?

... just what you mentioned above.

But for me it's not just a question of memorizing sessions. LASH/LADCCA could
be a big step towards Open Source music.

The Free and Open Source _software_ world has a number of licenses to choose
from, and tools to make the best possible use of them.

We have a free licenses for content now, and their popularity is rising.

- - Burkhard

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