Originally Published: Friday, 17 March 2000 Author: Jan-Erik Mouzakis Gagnum
Published to: enhance_articles_multimedia/Audio Page: 1/1 - [Printable]

Music Applications on Demand.

Linux enthusiasts such as composers and musicians who seek professional Digital audio software in Linux have not yet found what they are looking for. We have not yet reached to point where an identifiable synthesis application for Linux has been accepted, but we should see some in development by late this year. Read the article Emmett wrote on slashdot about this.

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Linux enthusiasts such as composers and musicians who seek professional Digital audio software in Linux have not yet found what they are looking for. We have not yet reached to point where an identifiable synthesis application for Linux has been accepted, but we should see some in development by late this year. The lack of music software is Linux is partially due to the fact that developers lack incentives, and the benefits of such ventures are not apparent. Most musicians and sound engineers would agree that Linux needs better music and sound application. Developers need to establish a basis, a foundation in which to build upon. And we do this by developing efficient and high quality sound samplers, and increase the digital sound hardware supported by Linux. Read the article Emmett wrote on slashdot about this.




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