[ardour-users] Any comments on Ardour under OS-X?
kcpaul at gmail.com
Tue Oct 25 07:40:20 PDT 2005
Ardour 0.99 works fine for me, though it crashes on occasion. It's
beta, no? LADSPA plugins work fine also. I put them in
~/Library/Audio/Plugins and they're detected with no problem at all.
As for a comparison to Linux, can't help you there. I switched to
Macs six years ago and haven't looked back.
On 10/25/05, Iwan Heskamp <iheskamp at xs4all.nl> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I just recently joined this list, as I'm about to do some 'real' stuff
> with Ardour instead of just playing around. At the moment I use DeMuDi
> 1.2.1 which came with Ardour 0.97something. I want to finish the current
> project first before trying to get 0.99 to work.
> That said:
> > On Tue, October 25, 2005 1:46, Ricardo said:
> > I know it's supposed to work, but how well? And are there any issues
> > specific to the Mac one should be aware of?
> On my eMac running 10.4, 0.97something crashed when you even looked at it,
> but 0.99 seems pretty stable. I composited some introsamples for Death
> Metal songs with it. (It's not really composing, just a composition of
> moviesamples etc.) And since I don't have decent soundhardware (yet), I
> haven't recorded anything yet.
> However, I could not get the LADSPA plugins to work. I tried various
> locations for them, but Ardour just doesn't seem to find them? If anybody
> got them to work, please let me know!
> Furthermore, I don't really care that the interface is GTK instead of
> Aqua, for such a dedicated tool as a multitrack recorder the looks don't
> really matter, stability and efficiency do.
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