On Sun, Apr 26, 2009 at 11:21:41PM +0100, Folderol wrote:
Actually, I'm using the EEE as a softsynth, not a DAW.
It's working out rather well so far. I can run a couple Fluidsynths, an ecasound with a couple LADSPA plugins, and some other utilities, with no problems. Exactly what I wanted.
I also experimented with ecasound on it for doing some scratch ideas, and it works.
I also loaded Ardour on it, but Ardour is DOA on the EEE: the dialog boxes so frickin big that they don't fit in the EEE's small screen.
But the EEE is perfect as a low-power, light, highly portable softsynth. I've used it for some outdoor street music, and it's fantastic for that. Also very convenient for rehearsals and should be helpful for casual gigs too.
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