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Topic: GigaStudio for Linux...

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    GigaStudio for Linux...

    Too bad we can\'t do all this audio stuff on Linux [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] It\'s so stable compared to Windows. Anyone know if any samplers plan on supporting Linux in the future? Do any sequencers currently support Linux?

    EDIT: Guess I answered my own question.. http://www.linuxsampler.org/

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    Re: GigaStudio for Linux...

    That sounds cool. I wonder if you can run this on Lindows? I wish they\'d change the name of that OS though, it sounds lame. Anyway, I\'d really like to support Microsoft\'s competition but audio programs for Lindows/Linux seem awfully limited at present.

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    GigaStudio for Lin[dows/spire]...

    Joseph et al:

    Lindows is no longer; per this article, it\'s now Linspire.

    I think a Gentoo Linux version of GS would be better: Gentoo is all about customization.

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    Re: GigaStudio for Lin[dows/spire]...

    I\'ve been playing with Linux lately. I HIGHLY recommend MEPIS. MEPIS is really really easy to install and configure, and it has great hardware support.


    Download version 2003.10.02 (avoid the 2004.05 beta, IMO.. I tried it, wouldn\'t even recognize my keyboard).

    Download links: http://www.mepis.org/book/view/1462


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    Re: GigaStudio for Lin[dows/spire]...

    I have recently tried SUSE and, amd very impressed with the speed of the KDE/Kernel. With SUSE all my hardware was identified including my wireless mouse/keyboards Cable Modems etc.

    If you have a chance check out SUSE too.
    Version 9.1 has even a more blazing kernel. Love it!


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    Re: GigaStudio for Lin[dows/spire]...

    There is a decent Linux audio discussion presently going on the Samplitude beginner forum.
    http://support.magix.net/boards/samplitude_newcomer/index.php?act=ST&f=1&t=484&s=32561c502 d65a9b2396d8f2495ab63c2

    There are lots of links to Linux audio projects such as the VST server for Linux, and JACK (a form of ReWire, but for OS-X and Linux)

    Check it out! Great stuff!


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