[linux-audio-user] hard disk sampler

Pete Bessman ninjadroid at ml1.net
Fri Mar 19 12:21:02 EST 2004

At Thu, 18 Mar 2004 09:29:55 -0800,
Hawkeye Parker wrote:
> hi all,
> i'm fairly new to linux and linux audio, and i've been just trying to
> get my bearings amid the staggering amount of audio software.
> i'd like to use linux as a hard disk sampler, and here is the general
> functionality i'd like:
> -ability to "compose" with samples, in the same way that you'd use a
> sequencer to work with a synth. i.e., be able to arrange samples into
> tracks and specify when (rhythm) and at what pitch the samples play.
> -some sort of mixer to mix things down so i can record it.
> -ablility to add software effects to the above tracks.


I use Specimen, driven by seq24, into ardour for my music needs.


(...the author of specimen...)

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