[Klug-general] Saturday 26th September Dover Meeting
mail at danellis.co.uk
Fri Sep 25 00:59:07 UTC 2009
I'll be there. I'm looking forward to the talk/chat about music and
Linux. I'm currently testing Karmic and would like to learn more about
See you then,
2009/9/22 Kevin Groves <kgroves at ksoft-electrical-projects.co.uk>:
> james morris wrote:
>> The thing I find most difficult with Linux audio apps is having to reload
>> all the settings and reconnecting things because I've not got the hang
>> of the QjackCtl patchbay, and the Linux Audio Session Handler (LASH) is
>> not supported by all the software and lacks a lot of functionality (but
>> see new version called ladish,
>> http://linuxaudio.org/mailarchive/laa/2009/9/4/159245 )......
> Yes I'm seeing a heck of a lot of things to fiddle with to link things up.
>> Ah I see. All I can do is vaguely recall a music shop down from the
>> cinema on Military rd, Canterbury, but don't know if it's still there
> LOL I think there are a fair few to visit so I'm sure I'll find something.
> I've seen that m-audio one around and I've taken a fancy to a Korg one.
>> >From what you said about imagining what the software sounds like and
>> having played around with some of it (which I didn't realise) I won't
>> bother bringing my PC as I've no hardware to show, and a pain to
>> transport. I could though bring the broken m-audio keystation MIDI
>> controller keyboard if you wanted to just feel how the keys play (but
>> i'd advise against getting one because changing settings is such a
> No problem. It would be good to try the keyboard, perhaps even see if it
> hooks up if possible.
> See ya
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