On Mon, 2004-02-02 at 10:57, Chris Cannam wrote:
Ok, let's look at your flyer:
you're using the terms "audio software" "audio editor" "Linux audio
applications" "Linux audio software"
Let's look at your description of JACK - an audio service which routes
Now suppose i change 'audio' to 'sound', that's 'sound service' - does
it mean it's similar to wizoo sounds?
Or even better, let's call it music service - it's going to let jack
look like a music service such as iTunes or Napster.
let's take a look at http://www.sounds-expo.co.uk/index2.php as you
"Sounds Expo is the UK event for *musicians*, producers and *sound*
Now let's take a look at the exhibitors:
Focusrite Audio Engineering
GNU Linux Audio Centre
Guys, if you think that the term 'Linux audio' isn't so important, or
that linux sound or linux music would better suit the needs of users,
why don't you just leave www.linuxaudio.org for LinuxAudio itself.
I'd be happy to buy it from Daniel and redirect it to the LAD page.