[linux-audio-user] multitrack

Jan Depner eviltwin69 at cableone.net
Mon Sep 15 17:34:00 EDT 2003


	Ardour is the correct answer.  I was using SLAB prior to Ardour (it's
pretty nice but not on the same level).  When I first started with
Ardour I was using an es1371.  Check out
http://myweb.cableone.net/eviltwin69/ALSA_JACK_ARDOUR.html to get an
idea of what's involved (I haven't updated since the tarballs came out
so it's a bit easier now).  Also, "Planet CCRMA at home" has a ton of
stuff and is the easy way to get started on Red Hat


On Mon, 2003-09-15 at 14:48, felix.news at qodiga.com wrote:
> Hello!
>    I'm looking for the best multitrack for linux. I was used audacity,
>    and protux.
>    I think that ardour is the best [just only reading the features and
>    watching screenshots] but I have a problem with jackd.
>    What is the best multitrack, hard disk recording for linux?
>    Anyone have jackd working with es1370 chipset? [sound blaster awe
>    128]
>    I have a Turtle Beach montego... but is a little bit difficult to
>    compile the module for me [vortex 1]
>    thanks a lot,
>    Félix

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