[ardour-users] ardour2.0-alpha2 is released
Thomas G. Willis
tom.willis at gmail.com
Wed Mar 15 11:33:17 PST 2006
On 3/15/06, blindman jones <erleichda at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 3/15/06, Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com> wrote:
> > On Wed, 2006-03-15 at 10:11 -0600, Steve Wahl wrote:
> > > You might think about asking this company whether you can expose a bit
> > > more about them (without giving away the name), like in general what
> > > line of products they make.
> > >
> > > For instance, I'm *just* starting to set up a system to run linux
> > > audio stuff on. After a dismal experience attempting to get an
> > > M-Audio Quattro working (and I CHECKED the alsa matrix before
> > the primary product line of this company is not in a market sector that
> > directly relates to ALSA, computer audio interfaces etc. You will not be
> > buying their stuff instead of M-Audio, RME, etc.
> Is it Google?
> The new Google Audio Interface. It will bring music production to the
> masses... stream your multitrack audio to google servers for storage
> and distribution... make your music free or for purchase... you will
> be able to collaborate with musicians across the globe without the
> need of sending physical media back and forth. And all your tracks
> will be completely searchable... find that take from last October with
> That will be so cool, bands could record simultaneously without even
> being on the same continent.
> Where can I get the JACK-google plugin?
> michael jones * erleichda archiving * usa
> shivering is the first step towards your destiny.....
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HAHAHAHA Beat me to it. Still, someone should blog about it and start the
rumor going on digg.com :D
Thomas G. Willis
America, still more rights than North Korea
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