[linux-audio-dev] Lionstracs / Linux Audio at Musikmesse report

Luke Yelavich luke at audioslack.com
Tue Apr 6 21:56:45 UTC 2004

This is really impressive stuff. I was actually wondering whether the NI B4 
would run with VST server.


At 11:00 PM 6/04/2004, Benno Senoner wrote:
>Hi, just back from Musikmesse in Frankfurt.
>Videos of Mediastation X-76 and Lionstracs - Thomas Organ Musicstation VKX-76
>(basically the mediastation with 2 manuals, pedals, speakers in a wooden case)
>on the right side of the page, scroll down to VIDEO OF MUSIKMESSE,
>you will find 4 videos
>(under Linux you can play them with xine or mplayer if you have the win32 
>codecs installed)
>read these two links too:
>(in the organ videos Bernd Wurzenrainer plays the NI B4 under VST server 
>with a jazz base (.wav) :-) )
>Some LADers that were at Musikmesse: Marek Peteraj, Frank Neumann, 
>Matthias Nagoni, Fons A. (aeolus).
>Companies using Linux in musical gear besides Lionstracs: Plugzilla (a 
>rack that can play VSTs), Muse Receptor (similar concept), Hartman Neuron 
>(a synth). Unfortunately the others are based on pretty
>closed design and most don't even tell you that's based on Linux. Perhaps 
>their attitude will change
>in future.
>As always thanks to everyone that contributes to Linux and Linux audio, 
>without these people these
>musical instruments would not be a reality today.

Luke Yelavich
luke at audioslack.com

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