Re: [linux-audio-user] where to begin or where's the beginning begin?

From: Bob <fsmith@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Wed Jul 20 2005 - 12:35:46 EEST

Hi
I seemed to jump straight in with Linux.
I was using Sonar and kept getting problems would run ok sort of.
Then I found the planet stuff and started using that.

I then setup a Berinhger DDX3216 and bought a RME Hammerfall card, all
of Ebay.
Talk about the deep end!!

I have eventually got it all working, sort of, I got help from Fervent
software and it really helps to see the stuff running and then play with it.
  I haven't even looked at MIDI yet as I don t have a way to get it into
my pc's but I will have to get to grips with this and these mailing lists
are your on line support (Try Sonar Support! )

Hope you do well

cheers
Bob

Richard Hubbell wrote:
> On 7/19/05, Rob Fell <robin.fell2@email-addr-hidden> wrote:
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>>Richard Hubbell wrote:
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>>>Very new to sound input and linux. I've listened to music on linux
>>>but recording and manipulating sound is all new to me. I'm just
>>>going to put into words what I'd like to do and take it from there. I
>>>have an electric guitar and I'd like to record riffs and then apply
>>>software filters (right word? maybe software effects?) to the riffs
>>>to give them a different sound. I'd like to be able to edit them,
>>>save them and record them to disc (cd/dvd). I'd also like to be able
>>>to record singing and sound effects. I have read the archives a bit
>>>and I saw a July thread about hardware but the original poster had his
>>>thread hijacked and it went a little astray.
>>>
>>>I know there are a few hardware vendors who's products work well on
>>>linux. But I'm trying to get some solid advice from folks who are
>>>using hardware to do what I want to do.
>>>
>>>Do I need one box or several? I don't want to spend a lot to start
>>>but would like to have something that's made reasonably well. If I
>>>have to put together my setup over time then that's what I'll do so I
>>>don't have to layout a big chunk of money at the start. So maybe
>>>first I'll get the guitar connected and then later get the mic and get
>>>it connected. Then next get recording device(s). And so on, to
>>>build a complete system over time but still get quality components as
>>>I go so that in the end I have an all-around quality system.
>>>
>>>My concerns are compatibility with linux and the software that runs on
>>>linux. Compatibility amongst the different components and
>>>compatibility with the popular storage mediums. i.e. cd/dvd
>>>
>>>Over time I would be willing to spend $1000-2000 for something that
>>>will last and do a good job for me. But I don't want to spend it all
>>>now.
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>>You can start with very little indeed. I started with a SB128, a mic,
>>and a cheapo Behringer mixer with mic pres - total outlay 150.
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>>How big is your starting budget? Do you forsee a need for more than
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> Starting budget, probably $200-300
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>>2/4/8 input channels?
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> I don't know. Not even sure I understand the question. Do you mean
> will I want to have more than a guitar and a microphone as input
> devices? If so then I think I might want to.
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