[ardour-users] ardour2.0-alpha2 is released

Ben Powers bennyp at rogers.com
Thu Mar 16 05:44:29 PST 2006

I was talking about the same kinda thing with my friend.
I figure it would be easier to have two high quality recording  
systems, one on each end of the cross-country jam. then we could use  
a sort of jack-to-voip system to connect each other's headphones with  
decent compressed audio and jam. after the fact, we'd compile the hi  
quality ones.... is it feasible to have accurate jack sync over the web?


On 15-Mar-06, at 11:37 AM, blindman jones 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
> ease.
> That will be so cool, bands could record simultaneously without even
> being on the same continent.
> Where can I get the JACK-google plugin?
> :)
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