[ardour-users] Ardour on Mac os X/Mac Intel
drunkenbird at gmail.com
Mon Apr 10 22:53:33 PDT 2006
I don't believe you'd ever be able to install an "ordinary" or especially
professional PCI soundcard in a mac mini. It's not built to handle those
sorts of upgrades. I'm 99.999% positive that it has an onboard sound
processor as that is the only thing that could seemingly possibly fit inside
However if you are talking about support for external audio interfaces via
firewire then I think that installing linux would only lessen your options.
But to answer your first question directly, yes, apparently using the "boot
camp" download from apple, on a macintel you can install windows :( ......
or linux :)
On 4/10/06, Marcos Guglielmetti Gmail <marcospcmusica at gmail.com> wrote:
> El Lun 10 Abr 2006 10:00, Jazzride2006 escribió:
> > Hi
> > Interested by Ardour not only under Linux (made) but under Mac Os X
> > (Mini Intel) I'd like to know if there"s a project about it. Do you
> > think Ardour + Mac Mini Intel + firewire soundcard (M Audio probably)
> > could be a good solution for "small audio projects" What about Jack
> > under Mac os X ?
> Today I was with the owner of the recording studio I am working
> on, and
> he want to buy a Mini Mac Intel
> Ok: does anybody knows if we could install GNU+Linux into it to
> Ardour from GNU+Linux? In that case, any ordinary or profesional PCI
> soundcard will work with this machine?
> > regards :)
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> Marcos Guglielmetti
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