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On Fri, 23 Jun 2006 12:23:08 -0700, Edwin
Baloney. Here is one that goes the other way. Amarok is at v1.3 or so and has to be one of the buggiest Linux programs you can find. Linux version numbers are a mess.
Yes it is..
And how many years has slrn been around?
Still less than 1.0 like most Linux programs, that's the point.
Is there an echo in here?
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Romeo Rondeau Not to jump in at the end or middle, but this has been so...
You aren't serious are you? Versions LIKE .34, meaning less than V1.0
I can hand you a DAW program that came FREE with my soundcard that is superior to Ardour. For $50.00 APPROXIMATELY (since you like to 'S'nit pick) you can any one of several programs that are superior to Ardour-audacity.
Who cares? In my business Linux is a no show. It's not even on the Z-List.
I don't need Apache, which is one of the good one. The bad Linux programs far out number the good ones.
I don't have a need for the 20+ different editors that seem to be included with the typical Linux distribution.
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Peter Kšhlmann Drones? We are constantly trying new software, new hardware and so forth. In fact many...
Look, Linux and digital audio are a poor mix. It's a fact proved by the sheer lack of studios using Linux as a DAW. Like Mike Rivers said, check the Mix guide and see for yourself.
I run a very small project studio and Linux can't even cut it in my operation. The big boys in this group must be laughing their collective butt's off at the idea of replacing their PT farms with Linux.