Re: [linux-audio-user] [OT] Amp simulators and stuff. was: Guitar amp

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Date: Sunday, February 19, 2006 - 12:34 am

Dana Olson wrote:

>On 2/18/06, Cesare Marilungo wrote:

Thanks. :-)

There are five albums (now also in ogg) available on the website.

>Anyhow, that Zoom you are using sounds nice. I'm actually surprised,

I switched to gnu/linux for music making just some months ago, and I've
made this track before.

Used tracktion as DAW (mackie was giving away free licenses two years
ago), a Fender Stratocaster through the Zoom, sampled piano played with
an old Roland A-33, Crystal Synth and lots of different esoteric
freeware effects.

I was using an EgoSys waveterminal 2496 at that time (a good card,
unfortunately it is not supported by alsa). This is the reason thet kept
me from using gnu/Linux. I had to wait until I bought another interface
(an Edirol UA-25).

Now, on linux, the Zoom pedal works flawlessly with snd-usb-audio. I've
used a 505II also, but this is a lot better.

>

c.
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