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Re: Boston Linux Meeting reminder Tonight, March 19, 2008 Linux Soup XI: High-End Audio on Linux

Hi everyone, 

  I hope those who attended my presentation the other night had a decent 
time.  I think it was a good first intro to the topic of digital audio 
workstations & Fedora Audio... 

Since the other other night however, I've already made more progress. 
Today I finally figured out how to play multiple independent instruments 
on multiple tracks in Rosegarden.  If there's interest in the future, 
I'd probably like to do a part 2 to wrap up the MIDI aspects, and begin 
to focus on the audio recording and softsynth topics. 

Have a good weekend.... 


On Wed, 2008-03-19 at 07:45 -0400, Jerry Feldman wrote: 
> When: March 19, 2008 7:00PM (6:30 for Q&A) 
> Topic: Linux Soup XI: High-End Audio on Linux 
> Moderator: Christoph Doerbeck 
> Location:  MIT Building E51 Room 335 
> In the last few years Linux has made great strides forward in the 
> provision of professional applications for the creation, manipulation, 
> and recording of audio and music. It is now possible to create a 
> professional level Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) using only Free 
> Software. For a number of years audio applications for Red Hat Linux 
> and Fedora Core have been packaged by Fernando Lopez-Lezcano in the 
> Planet CCRMA repository; recently a Fedora Extras SIG has been created 
> for audio. 
> Additionally, Kurt Keville does plan to have some pre-configured 
> WGT634U routers. 
> For much more information, and Parking please 
> refer to
> There is a parking lot adjacent to the E-51 at 2 Amherst St. 
> Note: The after-meeting meeting will be at The Cambridge Brewery. 
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