[linux-audio-user] Virtual Mixing Desk

R Parker rtp405 at yahoo.com
Sat Jul 17 08:04:26 EDT 2004


I know you're just looking for a mixer but you
mentioned Cubase. Have you looked at Ardour?


--- Stanley Jaddoe
<linux-audio-user at terabytemusic.cjb.net> wrote:
> Hi all,
> a few weeks ago I posted this message to the Agnula
> mailing list:
> with a diagram
> <http://lurker.agnula.org:80/attach/4%
> 4020040704.234019.574495d2.attach> of a setup I'd
> like to accomplish in Linux 
> (using Demudi)
> The only thing missing is a virtual mixing desk,
> where all outputs of all 
> Jackified softsynths are connected to. The mixing
> desk should provide (at 
> minimum) the same functions as the mixing desk in
> Cubase VST (screenshot: 
> 5 
> ChannelMixer1.jpg>). 
> Each strip should provide send/insert LADSPA effects
> and an EQ.
> It should be possible to save all mixer settings
> (total recall) preferably via 
> My question: does this kind of virtual mixing desk
> exists in Linux? If not, 
> how do you mix your audio streams (softsynth
> outputs)?
> Thanks in advance,
> Stanley Jaddoe

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