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    Setting up Ubuntu studio for easy use

    My friend just bought an iMac. I told him about Ubuntu Studio so is trying to set up his audio requirements so that they are on a par with the iMac in terms of ease of use and a smooth workflow.

    Here is what he sent me:

    I want to boot the machine (where my USB/MIDI keyboard is already connected), fire up a sequencer, select a virtual instrument, hit record and play some music. Right now, I have to launch Jack first, then the sequencer, then connect it to my keyboard. Then I'm not sure how to go from there.

    Thanks!

    Randy
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    Re: Setting up Ubuntu studio for easy use

    You would use ladish to save studio configurations.
    http://ladish.org/wiki/tutorial
    You create a studio setup with whatever programs you plan to use and the routing configuration and save that as a studio.When you open that studio in Ladish it would start those programs with your saved routing config.Of course you can save several studio setups.
    Craig

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    Re: Setting up Ubuntu studio for easy use

    Search the dash for Startup Applications and then add jack to that
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