[linux-audio-user] Yawn! Linux v Windoze, a new twist?
sayhi2guy at tiscali.co.uk
Wed Nov 30 12:18:38 EST 2005
My system dual boots Linux/Windows. I have software I could not afford
on the Linux part of my box & muse / rosegarden actually sound audibly
better (IMHO) than my modest copy of Cubasis. I have not figured out
how to recompile my Windows kernel for low latency (snigger) & when I
use midi yoke for soft synths the latency is unworkable, unlike Linux &
Jack. I have also made a 'live' music production disk using Slackware &
Linux Live & have yet to figure out how to do that on Windows (snigger
I have to dual boot because of specialist software in another area I
use, but for music I use Linux: for someone in my situation there is no
> Hi I'm sure some on here can think of a few comments to add to this:
> Linux v Windoze debate.
> I note two revealing comments.
> "if a subject of the study (vendor for example) is behind its funding,
> whether directly (as in this study)"
> "it's important to recognize the small sample size in drawing any
> conclusions from the data."
> Would it not be better for the guy to not agreee to do the study?
> I also note there is no debate as regards DAW's and other more niche
> My systems would be impossible for me to fund on anything else apart
> from Linux.
> hearmymusic.co.uk <http:www.hearmymusic.co.uk>
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