Now that it looks feasible to have a Linux DAW i'm going to switch
from Windows=2E I haven't used Rosegarden yet but from what I've read
it looks like a strong intuitive audio app=2E To the
creators/contributors thanks for making this possible=2E The way
things are going with MP3 filesharing, it looks like proprietary
software companies may once day do the same and as there's no way i
could possible afford to buy the software I currently "try", Linux
looks like the future=2E I'd rather donate money to the development of
a cooperative democratic app than shell out my life savings for Logic=2E
If someone could give me some advice it would be appreciated=2E
I'm currently trying to choose between Mandrake and Ubuntu Linux,
both of which look suitable for a non-tech-minded person like myself=2E
And how far off is the 1=2E0 release for Rosegarden=3F
And are there are any performance oriented apps for Linux similiar to
> And how far off is the 1.0 release for Rosegarden?
We expect to have 1.0 signed, sealed and delivered by the end of September,
In other words, all bets are off. It will release when we're happy with its
state of unbugginess. The stuff we're working on now is tricky, tedious,
time consuming, and not very exciting, and the work isn't progressing
One hundred priority six bugs on the wall, one hundred priority six bugs...
Hammer one down, show the fix around, ninety nine priority six bugs on the
Ugh. We still have quite a lot of real bugs that need attention. They are
almost all really quite trivial and easy to work around, but they give us a
bit of a half baked, not quite ready for the big leagues air, and we need to
continue this tedious job a bit longer and get more of them knocked out.
In the meantime, CVS is generally quite usable.
Michael McIntyre ---- Silvan <dmmcintyr@...>
Linux fanatic, and certified Geek; registered Linux user #243621
> Ugh. We still have quite a lot of real bugs that need attention. They
> are almost all really quite trivial and easy to work around, but they give
> us a bit of a half baked, not quite ready for the big leagues air, and we
> need to continue this tedious job a bit longer and get more of them
> knocked out.
> In the meantime, CVS is generally quite usable.
is there anything somebody with the will to learn a bit of C++ can do to
help? I am trying to get past the "hello world" stage in C++ (with
KDevelop) and also trying to replace Cakewalk Pro Audio on my laptop, and
Rosegarden looks interesting.
Oh yes, and I'm also looking for a decent (read: not cheap, but two-figure
price tag) USB sound card that would work under Linux. the internal chip in
my laptop sounds horrible.
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