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    [Debian_] Re: Debian 7 - Any way to get KDE 4.10?

    I think ZevonOS Neptune is a way to go for getting KDE 4.10 on a Wheezy base. Haven't tried the latest versions, but I have liked it in the past.

    http://www.zevenos.com/download/zevenos-neptune-2
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    [OtherOS_] Re: Mageia 2 out. Anyone tried it?

    Been using an install from the KDE live cd. I'm very happy with it - but I have very specific things that I'm looking for in a distro. The KDE is very light out of the box, and their TMB kernels...
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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: The people is not using wineasio anymore?

    I don't recall the specifics but I was playing with wineasio on a Kubuntu 12.04 beta release and it took a little work to figure out that usr/lib/wine was no longer the correct place for wineasio. On...
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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: Pro Audio recording/composing

    Hi. Is music notation important to you? If so, Rosegarden is your best bet.

    If not, you might try Qtractor - it's lighter and can handle all the midi and audio you throw at it.

    But probably the...
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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: dssi-vst + Addicitve Drums

    sgx's advice is especially true regarding today's drum plugins that come with drag and drop midi drum loops. Sure, it's possible to open these in native linux apps with dssi-vst, but dragging and...
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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: Can Band in a Box be used with Jack?

    I use BIAB regularly in Linux. I usually just use it through timidity, but if you use qsynth with a soundfont you can use it with jack. Just make sure you start qsynth first with a good GM soundfont...
  7. [SOLVED] Re: Help alesis usb multimix interference/low volume

    The Multimix will have its own tab when you open the sound preferences from the Gnome volume control applet. It only has one control - PCM, and it is all the way up by default. Turning that down a...
  8. [ubuntu_studio] Re: Check out the competition: Fedora Design Suite

    Does anybody make a Fedora re-spin with the planetCCRMA stuff all set up? That would be interesting to try.
  9. [ubuntu] Re: Brasero Error message when trying to burn audio CD

    Wish I had seen this thread earlier. I was very frustrated when I couldn't burn an audio cd this morning. After having some coffee after going to work I realized that the only difference between the...
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    [all variants] Re: Ubuntu PPA for musicians and producers

    I've never used festige, but I believe it is a stand alone jack eneabled program - so it would be hosting vst's or vsti's outside of Rosegarden. To host them as plugins inside of Rosegarden, try...
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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: Updating Jack, Ardour, Alsa, LV2...

    64 Studio 3 is built on Ubuntu Hardy. If you add this source in Synaptic:

    deb http://apt.64studio.com/backports hardy-backports main

    you'll be able to get newer versions of many audio apps,...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Real Time Kernel

    Thanks, I had forgotten that :)
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    [SOLVED] Re: Real Time Kernel

    It's a weird default setting in the last few releases of Ubuntu - if you are not dual booting with another operating system, Grub2 does not show the menu by default. Even if the timeout is set to 10...
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    [all variants] Re: WineASIO 0.7.4 - 32 and 64 bit DEBs here

    I don't use the Gnome version of Ubuntu any more for recording, mainly because although pulse audio now works pretty well with Jack, the default volume/mixer control is very limiting. All the options...
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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: Using the 2.6.33-rt kernel series on Ubuntu Lucid

    I installed Ubuntu 10.04 this weekend, and I have tried the kernel made by Horo at the Sidux forums that you linked to above. I have been using his kernels in Mepis 8.5 for a while now. It installed...
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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: LMMS always kicked by jack

    I don't use LMMS, but I have had problems with programs being dropped by Jack. Increasing the timeout setting in qjackctl solved those problems. Try 5000 ms or more. If you go too hight, jack won't...
  17. [ubuntu_studio] Re: alternatives to real bass (for ardour recording)

    I don't have a bass, and my attempts to pitch shift my guitars never sound right. I've taken to making my bass lines in a piano roll. I use Reaper, but Rosegarden or seq24 could work just as well....
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    Re: Any Debian Based Rolling Release Distros?

    There's two Debian testing based distros I've tried in addition to the Debian testing weekly iso itself:

    A very Ubuntu-esque distro, Gnome-based using Synaptic is Parsix.

    A live cd with...
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    [SOLVED] Re: two soundcards with jack

    Regarding the Qjackctl freeze: I reported it at Rui's forum and he had an easy solution - "Are you sure you aren't missing an ampersand (&) at the end of the alsa_in or alsa_out command lines ? You...
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    [SOLVED] Re: two soundcards with jack

    I was meaning to mention the Qjackctl problem in the forum on his homepage today, if I got confirmation it wasn't just me and my mixing of packages. I'm using a Frankenstein moster of Mepis 8.5 beta4...
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    [SOLVED] Re: two soundcards with jack

    I just wanted to follow up that I have managed to get alsa-in working quite nicely with a USB interface. So thank you to everyone here, especially Thorgal. I've been doing a lot of distro hopping in...
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    [SOLVED] Re: two soundcards with jack

    Thorgal,

    I'm currently using some packages from the 64 Studio hardy-backports repository where they have Jack2 (1.9.3) available. I'm at work now, so I can't test it, but I am curious about...
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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: Bad sound quality with hda-intel

    I use a Thinkpad with hda-intel (I think it's an AD1980) for recording. One trick that is necessary to get the best performance with jack with this chip is to set periods/buffer to 3 in qjackctl. I...
  24. Thread: Preamp

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    [SOLVED] Re: Preamp

    Not a preamp but a DI Box may be what you are thinking of.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DI_unit

    I just got a used Behringer Ultra G from a friend and I can finally record my guitar directly...
  25. Thread: K3B quirk

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    K3B quirk

    I've been trying out both Ubuntu and Kubuntu flavors of Karmic beta. One thing that I do a lot of is burn audio cds. I loved the KDE 3.5 version of K3B and was happy to see that it had finally made...
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