[linux-audio-user] Re: Linux Audio Notebooks for recording? Any recommendations?

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Date: Thursday, August 31, 2006 - 2:30 pm

No reason why not to. Although any notebook can be used, I recommend a
notebook with an AMD processor (as many otherwise excellent LADSPA
plugins have a specific issue with certain Intel based processors) that
has a built-in firewire interface that can bus-power. (Ask your vendor
if you don't know what this means). To this firewire interface, I would
probably attach a Roland FA-101 for a good
price/quality/linux-workability ratio. You would have to check Gentoo
how well Freebob is supported and perhaps wait a little, I know Ubuntu
support for Freebob is due this October.

Carlo

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[linux-audio-user] Re:Linux Audio Notebooks for recording? A..., Sylvain Robitaille, (Tue Sep 19, 10:25 pm)
[linux-audio-user] Re:Re:Linux Audio Notebooks for recording..., Sylvain Robitaille, (Wed Sep 20, 1:07 am)
[linux-audio-user] Re:Linux Audio Notebooks for recording? A..., Sylvain Robitaille, (Fri Sep 1, 12:37 am)
[linux-audio-user] Re: Linux Audio Notebooks for recording? ..., Carlo Capocasa, (Thu Aug 31, 2:30 pm)