[ardour-users] absolute minimum system for Ardour
scott at scotthelmke.com
Tue Nov 2 08:30:58 PST 2004
I'd suggest using "yarec", a brutally simple recorder I used to use on a
P133. Never once glitched on me.
On Tuesday 02 November 2004 10:34, Josh Karnes wrote:
> Florian Schmidt wrote:
> > On Tue, 02 Nov 2004 09:18:15 -0600
> > Josh Karnes <jkarnes1 at austin.rr.com> wrote:
> >>Hey all-
> >>I have a old junker laptop that I am considering putting Ardour on ...
> >> it's a P2 266MHz with about 64M of RAM... any chance Ardour will run,
> >> and maybe record/playback one stereo track at a time 16/44.1 with no
> >> effects? It could be handy to record remote stereo tracks and bring
> >> them back to my home base computer.
> > may i ask why you would want to use ardour for that? I'd use a simpler
> > wave recorder program like timemachine [when using jackd] or audacity or
> > maybe some even more leightweight audio editor..
> That's a good point... maybe I'll change my question to:
> "what are suggestions for applications I can use on a P2/266 laptop to
> record cd-quality audio"?
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