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Ubuntu Audio Studio February 3, 2006

Posted by Carthik in guides, ubuntu.
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If you are a musician of the computer-savvy variety and want to use Ubuntu to trick out your computer as a music studio, look to Ubuntu Studio. This unofficial wiki has loads of tips on how to decrease the latency of the kernel and build the perfect Ubuntu-based sound editing setup.

This is truly a good effort. It is group effort like these that make or break the reputation of a distribution in a field. Looks really promising. I wish I was a musician, so I could use the resource, but if you are then cheers to you!

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1. Bullets Of Proof » Ubuntu Audio Studio - February 4, 2006

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2. Dana - February 5, 2006

Thanks for mentioning my wiki in your blog!

3. logan - February 11, 2006

Excellent, I can use something like this. But Linux needs notation software as powerful and robust as Sibelius. Rosegarden doesn’t quite cut it.

4. loboson - October 22, 2006

It will, it will… 🙂

5. biouser - February 14, 2007

This is the top hit for Google Search:

ubuntu audio

That’s kinda’ sad. We need to get to work. What can I do? I was trying to wine Fractal Tune Smithy on route to running Reaktor5 and my two-audio-card, latestbuild of ALSA, Edgy Ubuntu set-up caught pneumonia.

Feb. 14

6. porno sikiş - September 27, 2010

Marcus you’ll be happy to know it’s already fixed in Dapper 🙂

7. sex sikiş - September 28, 2010

Excellent, I can use something like this. But Linux needs notation software as powerful and robust as Sibelius. Rosegarden doesn’t quite cut it.

8. icon library - October 8, 2012

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