[linux-audio-user] 24-track setup question
rtp405 at yahoo.com
Sat Jul 10 13:57:10 EDT 2004
rme9652 (the old one, not the hdsp)
Ardour is in a beta stage of development. It changes
all the time so I wouldn't advise you to build
something and expect it to perform everytime you need
it. That's not going to happen until 1.0.
The good news is Paul Davis expects to have 1.0
released very soon. I'm thinking 30ish days.
With every opportunity, I use Ardour. I test Ardour
daily and know what's happening with it at all times.
I'm never suprised by anything and that's exactly how
you need to aproach it.
I keep a Mac running Digital Performer and when doing
jobs that must have perfect technical behaviour I use
The RME hardware is very good. I assume you've got a
hardware console or a fine rack of preamps.
Please do ask any other questions you want. I love
talking about Ardour. :)
--- Jan Depner <eviltwin69 at cableone.net> wrote:
> My understanding is that Paul Davis uses HDSP,
> Fedora Core 1, Planet
> CCRMA, Ardour/JACK/ALSA to do this. Ron Parker may
> be running something
> similar in his studio but I'm not sure exactly what
> gear/distro. I know
> he's using Ardour though.
> On Sat, 2004-07-10 at 08:02, urban schlemmer wrote:
> > hi list,
> > is there any _tested_ setup to record 24 tracks
> (with rme
> > digiface or hdsp5296 preferrably) under linux?
> > whitch distro ?
> > whitch app?
> > must be very _stable_ . any experiences greatly
> > appreciated.
> > urban
> > http://www.nusurf.at/
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