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Il giorno ven, 14/06/2013 alle 09.04 -0700, Kevin Cosgrove ha scritto:
On 14 June 2013 at 10:00, Joe Hartley <<A HREF="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</A>> wrote:
> On Fri, 14 Jun 2013 07:22:10 -0400
> Paul Davis <<A HREF="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</A>> wrote:
> > Über-developer Robin Gareus has worked for a couple of years to add video
> > support to Ardour, and with this release, we are pleased to finally enable
> > it. In addition there are a couple of new features (including the ability
> > to chain MIDI processing plugins) and the usual assorted list of bug fixes.
> Fantastic! Cheers to Robin, I know this is going to be huge. Thanks to all
> on the Ardour team that make my studio run pretty damn smoothly these days!
Joe, are you using Ardour 3 in your smooth running days? I'm
about to make the jump from 2 to 3, at least as an experiment,
and want to know what I'll experience. My use is strictly audio,
no MIDI nor video yet. I record, then mix with plug-ins and some
Is Ardour 3 recommended over Ardour 2 yet?
i can add that we recorded and mixed a full album/suite with A3 using audio and MIDI during the alpha/beta stages. also, most of the tracks were started as A2 sessions+Rosegarden and successfully converted to A3 sessions. while there were some expected hickups with A3, particularly with MIDI during the alpha releases, i can say it has been pretty rock solid recently, especially for pure A3 sessions (no imported MIDI from RG or A2 session files).<BR>
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