roymond wrote:Rosegarden. You know about google, right?
EvelBist wrote:roymond wrote:Rosegarden. You know about google, right?
yeah, i think so - its a place to buy sunglasses, right?
I'm just looking for real reviews of software, i have read some about Reason, Audacity, Protools. I know a guy who is using Prosonus. But everyone who has an opinion on what they are using is gold to me. I'll check out Rosegarden. thanks
EvelBist wrote:Hey CR: Ubuntu is a flavor of linux. I've heard of audacity. From your description, its sort of basic and you use it for trivial tasks, right? What about something somewhat more extensive. Maybe not protools level, but shows some capabilities to get a newbie's feet wet ...
Generic wrote:I read an article once about why Linux just doesn't process audio input very well. It got highly technical, but the gist was that the Linux kernel deprioritizes certain types of memory functions in such a way that recording audio will always introduce a certain amount of lag, or something like that. It is, as far as I can tell, an insurmountable problem.
I've been using Red Hat/Fedora for years for audio because of the support from the Planet CCRMA group at Stanford, who develop a real-time kernel for Linux, which is highly recommended for doing any audio work (it gives audio processes priority over everything else, so you have less chance of hickups in your audio due to other processes trying to grab CPU time).
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