Re: [LAD] Suggestion for diving into audio development?

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Date: Wednesday, October 27, 2010 - 11:31 pm

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Thanks for the suggestions everyone!=A0 I'll definitely start =0Afamiliariz=
ing myself with the LADSPA API.=A0 LADISH looks really nifty =0Atoo.

>My best advice is to pick up a project that you are objectively

Yes,=0A that's exactly what I'm planning to do.=A0 That's a good way to put=
it, =0AJeremy.=A0 I just gotta keep doing audio projects in Linux and find=
out =0Awhat tools would be useful to me as an end user.

-Kris=0A=0A
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Thanks for the suggestions everyone!  I'=
ll definitely start =0Afamiliarizing myself with the LADSPA API.  LADI=
SH looks really nifty =0Atoo.>My best advice is to pick up a pro=
ject that you are objectively>interested in completing.  Pick a=
goal that you would be happy if> *someone else* did.  That way=
when the novelty wears off, you'll>still have some motivation to ke=
ep working and keep learning when>you otherwise might tire of it.&nb=
sp; So ask yourself:  What's something>that you think linux aud=
io is lacking?  Find something small, and>something you care ab=
out.>>>>JeremyYes,=0A that's exactly wh=
at I'm planning to do.  That's a good way to put it, =0AJeremy.  =
I just gotta keep doing audio projects in Linux and find out =0Awhat tools =
would be useful to me as an end user.-Kris
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