[ardour-users] Re: Re: Re: Book

andy news4 at earthsong.free-online.co.uk
Sun Sep 12 16:41:25 PDT 2004

On Sun, 12 Sep 2004 16:07:34 -0600, D. R. Evans wrote:

> andy said the following at 2004-09-11 16:29 :
>>>I looked at that pop-up, and was completely bamboozled as what I was 
>>>supposed to do with it.
>> That's not so hard either - every track and bus in ardour has an input
>> port and output port associated with it, so you can route signals between
>> them. 
> .. lots of good stuff elided...
>> hope this helps.
> Yep, greatly. Thank you very much. I do hope that this is all eventually 
> going to be explained in the documentation (before ardour goes into 
> release status).
> Incidentally, I am trying to get our band to take a look at Ardour for 
> our next project, rather than leaving all the technical stuff to a 
> studio. [ The first task is just getting them to agree to using Linux 
> :-) ] But right now I'm quite concerned about getting them into 
> something that will just be an exercise in frustration because of the 
> lack of documentation.  Maybe I'm just a year too early.
>    Doc

Do you have a linux users group near where you are? You might be able to
find a friendly geek to help you set things up. To be honest, I didn't
find it all that hard to work out how to use it just by playing around,
but maybe I've just taken to it better than you did. 


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