[Ardour-Users] Basic instructions-can't play imported audio
Thomas GH Dorsch
info at pianowave.com
Tue Nov 27 09:23:13 PST 2007
As of now I knew only of the Jacklab Distro which is based on
And, of course I know of Planet CCRMA for Fedora
Well, I haven't really started yet, but I would appreciate your
Are you using any of the audio-linux-distro's, and if so, what's the
best "ready to go package"
Thanks a lot,
Be creative and genius!!!
PS. I use a AMD 2.1ghz 3000+ with 2GB ram, with a Delta 66 Omni
On Nov 27, 2007, at 9:50 AM, bradley newton haug wrote:
> in ardour you can set the outputs in the mixer window or hit Shift
> + E to show the editor mixer (it will appear to the left), at the
> bottom it'll say 'output' you should click there and route it to
> one of your outputs (or route master to your outputs and output the
> track to master)
> let me know if this makes sense. The input selector is at the top
> of the strip, it works kind of the like the I/O section of a track
> in PT.
> Linux is a very good pro audio platform once you get it stiched
> up. You mentioned Debian, have you heard of 64studio? It's a rather
> nice distro based on debian etch.. have a look at http://www.
> If you are serious about using linux as a production platform I'll
> be glad to point you in the right direction for further
> information. Which soundcard do you have?
> bradley newton haug
> >>HI Bradley
> >>Yes I can play/hear audio via the jack via a headphone
> >>or if I have the speakers plugged in.
> >>Yes it created a track . Not sure about the outputs. I
> >>can see the imported audio in the track. Oh and it
> >>played in audacity when I imported the same audio.
> >>Althugh I am not able to record in audacity so I am
> >>looking at Kmix now for some type of solution.
> >>I have a pci soundcard and have disabled the onboard
> >>sound so this has always been a bit problematic wince
> >>I had Debian. I used to have windoze on this machine
> >>and Debian on another drive. Dual boot. But windoze
> >>stuffed up things so I am usinf Linux only now.
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