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Now that I am a little less zealous about free software (which is a
different discussion anyway), I might just try Renoise out.
I am rather tired of tracker interface. Does Renoise have a piano roll?
On Wed, Oct 10, 2012 at 9:11 PM, James Mckernon wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 10, 2012 at 9:24 AM, Louigi Verona
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Now that I am a little less zealous about free software (which is a differe=
nt discussion anyway), I might just try Renoise out.I am rather tired o=
f tracker interface. Does Renoise have a piano roll?
On Wed, Oct 10, 2012 at 9:11 PM, James Mckernon <firstname.lastname@example.org=
A smart article - as another 'electronic musician' (by your
definition) using Linux, I'm always interested in your thoughts and
essays on the topic. I agree that things can sometimes look a little
bleak for those hoping to create highly sequenced,
synth-and-effects-based music on Linux, but there are ways and means.
Incidentally, I wonder if you've ever used Renoise? Not F/OSS, but
runs perfectly well on Linux, and is in some respects sympathetic to
the F/OSS ideology (saves to a simple, open file format, for example).
Anyway, it's the strongest candidate I've found for making sequence=
electronic music per se in LInux. Right now I'm working towards a
workflow of using Renoise as a sequencer to drive simple synthdefs in
-- Louigi Veronahttp://www.louigiverona.ru/