[linux-audio-user] real-time audio effects (was: plugging a bass guitar in a linux box)

Russell Hanaghan hanaghan at starband.net
Sun Jul 4 12:14:18 EDT 2004

On Sun, 2004-07-04 at 03:12, caffeine wrote:
> Hi list,
> Thanks to everyone who answered to the previous thread. I played around
> a bit with ecamegapedal, and I have to say I'm amazed by the
> performances on this box (an old celeron 400...)
> Now I'm thinking about using it as an effect rack (it might actually
> look good on stage (somewhat nerdish, but I like nerdish stuff (and
> lisp))). I've looked here and there for interesting software to use but
> I'm kinda lost. Ecasound seems like the thing I'd need, but I'm
> wondering if I'm not missing something (there is a plethora of free
> multimedia software out there (maybe more than closed source ones), but
> it's difficult to locate the thing you need).
> So basically my question is, what do you people use for effect
> processing on live instruments ? I'm pretty sure there are lots of nifty
> things to do, I just don't know where to start...

Also Creox. It has alsa capability. Ecastompboxes and one other. I'm
sure someone has pointed you to the Linux audi apps page by now...

If not....	http://linux-sound.org/. Thats pretty much whats worth
looking at out there on a nicely organized page.

> And thanks again for your previous replies.

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