Re: [LAU] linux audio ready in 5 minutes - using which distro and interface?

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Date: Saturday, December 8, 2007 - 7:09 pm

On Saturday 08 December 2007 05:02:53 hollunder@gmx.at wrote:

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Any ideas?
There is much between dream concept and viable functional application. The
hardware, the software. We today take as ordinary that which of 60 years ago
would have stupefied even the most alert. The Zoom H4 or H2 may be what you
are dreaming of. The real question may be the issues of resolution and
control and price { 16, 24, 32 bit / 44.1, 48, 96, 192 khz}? If we are
talking about audio excellence then I tend to agree with Arnold Krille. For
low budget take a look at:
mikes- http://www.cascademicrophones.com/cascade_FAT_HEAD_II.html
I/O- firewire- Edirol FA-101 or -66
http://www.rolandus.com/products/productlist.aspx?ParentId=114
64 bit Linux Laptop with firewire

Knowledge- this web address
- http://www.digido.com/bob-katz/index.php
- http://www.dplay.com/

And I know, that is too much money and it doesn't fit in my pocket.
Tom

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