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  • Ardour Digital Audio Workstation Is Going Through An Architectural Overhaul

    Phoronix: Ardour Digital Audio Workstation Is Going Through An Architectural Overhaul

    For those wondering what's been going on with the Ardour digital audio workstation cross-platform, open-source software, their developers have posted a status update about their ongoing progress to the project...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...tecture-Revamp

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    One thing I don't like about Ardour is in-place MIDI editor. I would like to have a MIDI editor in a separate window.

    That's where MusE-Sequencer comes in. The workflow in MusE-Sequencer makes it so easy for me to create music since I'm not a keyboardist. Sure, I've learned to play a piano in the past, but timing is my biggest weakness, so I work with MIDI to create my own composition, as heard in three of my songs. I used Qtractor to randomize the timing for MIDI notes just a bit. The only kind of instrument I'm good at is tambourine, although my timing is still my barrier for making music in real-time.
    https://soundcloud.com/grayson-peddie

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    • #3
      Good. Hopefully someone will step in and solve the idiotic situation with the sound servers. Its moronic to have two -and have to set up things- when all the other OS can do just fine with one that just works for the average joe or mr pro.

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      • #4
        Have you tried to set up professional audio on Windows? It's in the same situation, as soon as you need low latency audio there are multiple servers. As far as I can tell MacOS is the only place you get an all in one sound system.

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