[LAU] instructional videos ?

Grammostola Rosea rosea.grammostola at gmail.com
Mon Aug 24 12:10:31 EDT 2009

Jonathan Gazeley wrote:
> On 08/24/2009 11:35 AM, rosea grammostola wrote:
>> But I think it would be good to do some newbies stuff too:
>> - starting and configuration of qjackctl
>> - connect different apps with qjackctl (audio and midi)
>> - sync applications (hydrogen and ardour) with qjackctl
>> - midi stuff, hardware, samples, midi channels, midi outs etc.
> +1 for newbies stuff.
> I'm a newbie and I initially joined this list to get help setting up my 
> Phonic Helix Board 24 with ffado and Linux. I didn't really have any 
> interest in MIDI or synthesisers, but since then I've read loads on this 
> list about that and I'm starting to get interested. But I don't know 
> where to begin, what I would need, etc. I know there are loads of howtos 
> on various websites, but a video guide would be great - so much more 
> absorbing and easier to follow.
> How about quick introductions to some of the more popular notation 
> editors? I'm still using a Windows notation editor under wine rather 
> than making the jump to a native Linux one, as they all seem to involve 
> a fairly steep learning curve.

Building software from source, not special audio, but can be important 
when you want the latest audio tool (which is most of the time 

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