[linux-audio-user] Re: Resume

From: Loki Davison <loki.davison@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Sun Mar 12 2006 - 11:25:39 EET

On 3/12/06, Renato Fabbri <renatoftato@email-addr-hidden> wrote:
> ve been using linux and learning about its
> possibilities as a DAW. I intend using it as my
> plataform for live performances and migrate to it for
> composing too, and it is more and more certain that I
> will, but, for that, it is important to compare it a
> little with other plataforms... and.. im freaking
> out, man!!!! too much stuff!! please help!! Distro
> running, apps running, tests going, thats not the
> prob, just need some comparinsons (i am sorry to send
> some silly quests, i promess myself that ill build a
> basic guide for musician linux newbies):
>
> -what is ardour oposed to cubase? can it do everything
> as well?
>
> -what is snd oposed to sound forge(please v8)? can it
> do everything as well? more?
>
> -Ive heard about linux/jack/alsa not working well
> above 48KHz. Seems waaky to me, but..? and 24 bit?
>
> -Linux and Vst do well?
>
> -Can I get some midi out of ardour, process it in PD
> and send it to a softsynth through jack connections in
> real time?
>
> -Can I get 4 audio input channels, process in PD, send
> just one or two to process with LADSPA plugs and send
> them out?
>
> -What are the favorite softsynths? I just ran
> addsubsyn, very good. Any other good ones?
>
> thanx, alot
> ref
>

I suspect they created google for just this reason.
Received on Sun Mar 12 12:15:08 2006

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