[Klug-general] Saturday 26th September Dover Meeting
discordianuk at gmail.com
Mon Oct 5 22:09:46 UTC 2009
I'm neither of the two Dans but may I suggest Dave Philipp's regular columns
in LinuxJournal which available online e.g.
http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/10162 et subs.
On Mon, Oct 5, 2009 at 11:01 PM, james morris <james at jwm-art.net> wrote:
> On 5/10/2009, "Kevin Groves" <kgroves at ksoft-electrical-projects.co.uk>
> >My M-Audio turn up today. I've had it hooked up to LMMS for over an hour
> >and LMMS only dropped out once and the USB remained stable, so I would
> >say yours is definately a bad USB socket.
> >I'm very happy with this keyboard (M-Audio Keyrig 49 should anyone else
> >be looking).
> >Thanks for showing me yours!
> Hi Kev,
> No problem, glad to be of some help. I might have to take a look at lmms
> some time....
> P.S. At the meeting, the two Dans were looking at a page with a list of
> ten or twenty linux audio apps, but I can't remember the address, can
> you post here please?
> >james morris wrote:
> >> On 20/9/2009, "Kevin Groves" <kgroves at ksoft-electrical-projects.co.uk>
> >> wrote:
> >>> Short notice but if anyone who can come along and messes with MIDI
> >>> instruments wouldnt mind showing me the gear and software they might
> >>> I would be very pleased! :-)
> >>> Thanks
> >>> Kev,
> >> Hi Kev,
> >> A list of audio/MIDI software for Linux here:
> >> http://wiki.linuxaudio.org/apps/start
> >> What you want depends on how far you're willing to get into it. When you
> >> say MIDI instruments do you mean hardware of software?
> >> I'm running a seperate Debian Lenny install minus any audio packages -
> >> all audio/midi stuff i've downloaded and built from source (the least
> >> easy way of doing it, but it suits me) with a realtime patched 2.6.26
> >> kernel (igno molnar patches), etc,etc,etc,etc,etc...
> >> There are variants of the main distros (ubuntu studio/pure
> >> dyne/64studio/planet ccrma) tuned for multimedia production for the easy
> >> route. If you're wanting to have software synths, software drum
> >> machines, software samplers, hard disk recorders (ie ardour2), then
> >> you'll need the realtime stuff, but i read somewhere you can get away
> >> without having a realtime (preemptive scheduling) kernel, with something
> >> like Rosegarden (a MIDI sequencer with all bells/whistles) and
> >> fluidsynth.
> >> I could probably bring my desktop with me, if you're interested to see
> >> the above software running, but I don't have any speakers I could
> >> bring, otherwise it's headphones.
> >> James.
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