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    Ubuntu 9.04, jack, Ardour, Hydrogen, Line6 Pod and a guitar - you can do a lot with this setup!

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    1. Steve Chaunter 53 months ago | reply

      Nice !! .... i am trying to do exactly the same thing - did u install Ubuntu Studio ... or the standard distro??

    2. wstryder 53 months ago | reply

      Hi, I already had standard Ubuntu, so I just installed the Ubuntu studio packages on top of that, with "sudo apt-get install ubuntustudio-audio".

    3. antid0tcom 50 months ago | reply

      Nice. I would like to make a similar linux-studio too.
      Unfortunately most of the audio hardware is not linux supported.

    4. wstryder 50 months ago | reply

      That's true antid0tcom. Although I think the biggest problem is software - all the really cool stuff is for mac or windows. Generic midi controllers should work AFAIK.

      Good thing my trusty old guitar is supported :)

    5. músico digital 48 months ago | reply

      Agradecer a wstryder por la publicación de esta foto bajo licencia CC. Nosotros la hemos utilizado para montar el artículo, original de Damián Taubaso y publicado en músico digital :

      Seis consejos para montar un estudio casero

      www.musicodigital.com/portal/home-studio/seis-consejos-pa...

    6. wstryder 48 months ago | reply

      Hey musico digital, that's cool!

    7. derkaalfuri 46 months ago | reply

      I would probably do a lot more on the Ubuntu box I have in the room with my gear though it's not working over 640 x 480 resolution on my 32" HDTV via rgb hookup despite every fix I have tried. Will add the studio packages you mentioned to my laptop though, as it's running a VirtualBox install with full resolution fine. Thank you! I see so many awesome JACK-related apps but I still have not tooled around enough with JACK to make use of them. A tiny MIDI device on the desk and ZynAddSubFX running and you'd have a full musical Ubuntu array going on, or a MIDI pickup on the guitar.

    8. c163fd849d579fd5f6412be01a625080 40 months ago | reply

      how u get that your screen how can i get it

    9. DICKSON48 28 months ago | reply

      i want o set up a home p,c studio i,dont no are t start

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