[ardour-users] Drum tracks and Ardour

Jan Depner eviltwin69 at cableone.net
Sun Jun 27 13:07:42 PDT 2004

You can use Hydrogen since it is JACK capable.  I've used Drums on
Demand loops in Ardour and they work very well.


On Sun, 2004-06-27 at 14:44, Peteris Krisjanis wrote:
> In the begining I want to thank everyone which are involved in
> developing of Ardour & other open source semi-proffesional and
> profesional audio tools. For myself, I'm open source fan and working
> with Linux full time almost 5 years. In free time, I'm learing recording
> stuff for almost 3 years and as I have musical capabilities - good
> voice, songwriting, etc., I'm looking to be proffesional in this field.
> So far I have recorded songs with Cubase and Windows, but I'm looking
> for more power to myself trough open source tools. I have followed
> Ardour, Jack and ALSA development for almost 2-3 years - in short I'm
> impressed, excited and I hope to use Ardour in future as experimental
> and later, if succesfull, proffesional tool for recording projects.
> So on the subject - as far I have understood that MIDI tracks is not
> supported in Ardour and it is somehow planned in versions 3.x and later.
> However, I would like to get some drum tracks in my projects, so wich is
> the best way? For me, it seems to simply make some drum track with MIDI
> and/or drum program. Which way is the best by practice?
> Already thanks in advance,
> Keep it coming,
> Peter. :)
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