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Ntrack irritates me. I used it for years on windows from 2002 to 2008 and I have it on my phone. But the developer l, who states he started coding on linux, won't port to linux. Very annoying.
I spent 80usd on samson midi keyboard 40usd on drum pad. I purchased screen, touch panel and usb touch controller from "buy display" for around 50usd. I purchased the battery usb pack case for 8usd on ebay and had 8x 18650 batteries on hand already. The pi3 was 29usd at microcenter. The st...
- Sun Sep 11, 2016 5:46 pm
- Forum: Recorders & Sequencers
- Topic: [SOLVED] Ardour only captures Yoshimi when stopped
- Replies: 3
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Have you checked your input channels? Select yoshimi as your input?
- Sat Sep 10, 2016 1:21 am
- Forum: Computer Related Hardware
- Topic: Recording with guitar/mic PC, preamp, DI box?
- Replies: 4
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A di box works well for instruments with a hum. But there are passive amd active di boxes. So get the one you need. I use one that is passive for one of my keyboards.
That's neat. Thanks for sharing. I like the idea of a synth/music linux appliance. I'd like to get something like that setup using either a laptop, tablet or maybe a pi3 is a good solution. Was it much work to setup? Did you have to compile stuff? Are you using whatever it has for stock audio hardw...
Rpi3 as a hydrogen beat machine. Works great. I had a dedicated laptop for this but the pi has replaced it. This is a touchscreen setup. Using portaudio and alsa midi. It runs on battery. 8x 18650 > 5v 2.1a
https://sourceforge.net/projects/minimal-music-site Hey, this is a website i have been working on. Its 20 days old. But i am using it for the artist pages on autumnstreetrecords.com if you want to see how it works. :) Edit: it looks best on phones. I designed it on an android phone with 920 text ed...
Why do people call it "Linux operating system"? None of us did. Please stop this, it's getting silly. Linux is nothing without GNU. It's funny how this applies both forwards and backwards. Not really. Gnu runs on proprietary kernels too. In fact all gnu used to until linux. So gnu/linux i...