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Re:Recording software for Yellowdog Linux

--- chrismandel@juno.com wrote:
> I've got a very useful book about music applications for linux: Linux 
>Music and
> Sound by Dave Phillips.  It covers a wide range of software and comes 
>with a CD
> that contains most of the software the book covers.
> Also, theres a linux looper based on the echoplex called superlooper. 
> Heres a spot about realtime Linux OS's. 
> http://www.linuxdj.com/audio/lad/resourceslatency.php3
> You may also like to know that theres a linux version of MAX called 
>JMAX.  I've
> been thinking about building a linux machine for music so i've been 
> a bit, seems like theres more out there than most people presume.

There's quite a bit out there, but when I looked at it a few months ago, 
many of
the audio-related projects were still in early development, so lots of 
bugs and
setup difficultly. Hardware support is pretty spotty too. As much as I like
Linux, I finally decided to stay with "the dark side" for awhile.


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