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ALSA modular synth scares the bejezus out of me [Aug. 21st, 2005|04:01 am]
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I'd be interested if someone else uses Agnula.

Demudi is my first Linux OS, which was a really dumb idea. But, after a month, basic stuff seems to be working. So now I'm actually ready to try to use the sound applications! Any advice? ALSA modular synth scares the bejezus out of me.
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[User Picture]From: mdlbear
2005-08-21 02:39 pm (UTC)
Actually, I found DeMuDi to be a particularly easy install at the time (about two years ago) -- it was the only Linux capable of setting up both the soundcard on the motherboard, and the M-Audio pro soundcard. I mostly use it for recording, though, using Audacity.

The only gotcha for recording on DeMuDi is that if you want to use Audacity, you have to turn off Jack. Haven't tried using any of the synth stuff yet, but I'll probably find myself trying to figure out some of the music notation software soon.

Anyone who thinks Linux has a weird user interface ought to try playing a musical instrument.
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