[linux-audio-user] Fresh PC waiting for basic installation - Advice?
tech at glastonburymusic.org.uk
Fri Jul 2 06:55:57 EDT 2004
Last Friday 02 July 2004 09:41, Alejandro Lopez was like:
Rosegarden4 or MusE
> -Multitracker / sampler, the "loop" kind (reads waves from disk in real
> time, inserted at any points or measures of the song).
Multitrack recorders - Ecasound or Ardour
Perhaps you actually want a tracker such as SoundTracker here. (there's plenty
to choose from).
> -Soundfont enabled realtime synth
Other recommends here: ZynAddSubFX, for when you want something that sounds
nice. Hydrogen, for drums.
> -Basic effects for the multitracker: simple reverb + simple equalizer
LADSPA (Dunno about 'simple': creox? ecamegapedal?)
> -Audio editor hopefully with advanced features such as quantizer (handy for
> drums) and note tuning (essential for 3 piece brass section!) + some basic
> such as compressor
> -Any low level stuff for the above from drivers to audio mixer
Quantiser in MIDI editor, never seen one in what I would call an 'Audio'
editor' Note tuning (?) hmm?
> What would you try if you were me? (Unseccessfully tried to install Planet
> CCRMA before, would give a second try if advisable as a simple solution.) I
> really really need to spend little time in getting it to work but I'd
> definitely like to go open + Linux.
AGNULA/DeMuDi-1.2.0 or PlanetCCRMA
The latest version of DeMuDi installs in under an hour. You have to be
prepared to spend a certain amount of time figuring things out for yourself,
but this approach involves the minimum brain strain.
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