[linux-audio-user] Fervent Software, "Studio to Go"

tim hall tech at glastonburymusic.org.uk
Sat Dec 11 06:54:51 EST 2004

Last Saturday 11 December 2004 05:33, Rob was like:
> Has anyone heard of Fervent Software?  

Some of us are familiar with their work. ;-)

> They were listed on 
> Newsvac today for releasing a commercial bootable Linux CD with
> a bunch of audio/MIDI software.  I have no idea what the level
> of integration is or what you get for your UKP50 besides a bunch
> of preconfigured free software, but I'm still impressed and hope
> to see it on a shelf somewhere someday.
> http://www.ferventsoftware.com


> I'd love to see something like this take off, though I also
> thought a CD like this was one of the design goals of Demudi
> back in the day.


So it is. The main difference is that A/DeMuDi is free. I don't think there is 
any competition. I expect the Fervent system will have a more up to date 
version of Rosegarden, which will probably work out of the box. I wonder if 
it might provide a similar kind of one-pointed 'pro-audio' support for Ardour 
and other applications as has been suggested else-thread?


tim hall

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