Can anyone help me with some pros and cons comparing these two programs?
Harrison Mixbus 4 vs. Reaper 5.40
For today's purpose, I am running Ubuntu with XFCE. I do not have an interface picked out yet, so that can be factored into the discussion.
Many moons ago, I won a contest from recording.org for a copy of Sonar 8.5 Producer's edition. I have been happily running the software on a Windows 7 desktop.
That machine has gone on to a better place so now I am putting together a new desktop. I am looking into running a Linux system (but may just do a dual OS install for audio).
I'm a complete noob and want to record track by track (me alone) and so some sequencing/looping.
I plan to build the following setup:
1. A linux machine with rt kernel
2. ECHO Audiofire 4 (yet to buy)
3. mic to define (sm 58?, some diy with WM-61A?) to record voice and conga/kalimba/bongo (yet to buy)
4. Line in from Rockman + Guitar
I hope this is the right part of the forum to post this in :)
I am sick to the back teeth of Windows and want to jump over to Linux (probably Ubuntu). But, I have an Edirol FA-101 audio interface and from what I can see this is not supported at all by Linux, is that right?
What would you suggest as the best sound editor for Linux?
I am fed up of Windows and am happy to use Linux for web and email but I need an audio editor. Currently I use CoolEdit Pro. I like its large host of features and ease of use.
Hi All, I am new to the forums. My question in this post drove me to googlethe problem, and now I stumble upon this gargantuan resource that is called recording.org.
Nirvana?...No, but close to it. Great forums that have in the last hour answered gazillions of questions that I had from years. So Many thanks to all of you that post/posted over time.