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Our samsung Q1 ultra works well and stable since 2.1... not much HW around
these days so we moved on to Indamixx2 which has ported nicely with RC3
thanks to Gabriel Beddingfield.
Indamixx2 on sale for $549.00
We do have customers who have hacked on their own mods of transmission 2.1
on the samsung q1 ultra and have come up with some nice results.
I have the viliv products here for years as they gave me one of each to test
on for Indamixx 2 back in 2009 but I passed until something had more CPU and
better quality build. The Viliv had the Z Atom chip and the build waas
really flimsy... certainly not DJ duty or ready for a road gig :)
If I remember correctly Free had to hack Xorg and do some cool tweaks to get
the touch running correctly and not wonky. It seems like wonky comes up a
lot in touch on the tablets but we are reporting good results on Indamixx2
albeit beta still and RC3 which I think is totally acceptable for a lil
audio droid that has a lot of features for music production.
On Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 7:31 AM, Carlos sanchiavedraz
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hiOur samsung Q1 ultra works well and stable since 2.1... not much =
HW around these days so we moved on to Indamixx2 which has ported nicely wi=
th RC3 thanks to Gabriel Beddingfield.Indamixx2 on sale for $549.00=
hop-130.htmlWe do have customers who have hacked on their own m=
ods of transmission 2.1 on the samsung q1 ultra and have come up with some =
I have the viliv products here for years as they gave me one of each to=
test on for Indamixx 2 back in 2009 but I passed until something had more =
CPU and better quality build.=A0 The Viliv had the Z Atom chip and the buil=
d waas really flimsy... certainly not DJ duty or ready for a road gig :)
If I remember correctly Free had to hack Xorg and do some cool tweaks t=
o get the touch running correctly and not wonky.=A0 It seems like wonky com=
es up a lot in touch on the tablets but we are reporting good results on In=
damixx2 albeit beta still and RC3 which I think is totally acceptable for a=
lil audio droid that has a lot of features for music production.
Thank youRonald StewartIndamixxOn Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 7:31 AM, Carlos sanchiavedraz <email@example.com> wrote:
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Carlos sanchiavedraz wrote:
=A0 =A0Carlos sanchiavedraz wrote:
=A0 =A0 =A0 =A0Hi all, dear LAUers.
=A0 =A0 =A0 =A0I've been doing some testing with Musix 3 beta (based o=
=A0 =A0 =A0 =A0Squeeze)
=A0 =A0Where did you get Musix 3 Beta? I can't find anything higher th=
=A0 =A02.1 at their site.
=A0 =A0-- =A0 =A0 David
=A0 =A0authenticity, honesty, community
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=A0 =A0Linux-audio-user@lists. linuxaudio.org
We're working on it right now, there some testing versions here:
That wiki page is new for people who wants to colaborate that is not in the=
collaborator/developer's list. There wasn't such a list before. So=
rry but no english version yet, but soon I hope.
We've been developing version 3 for some time now, and the reports have=
been quite favorable, but we'd like to work on it some more. I myself =
hope to include some basic apps I've developed, and take the opportunit=
y to release them on Github or similar. But as always... time is what is ne=
Ah, thanks for the news and the link. I like Musix, even though the last on=
e that worked on my musicbox was a beta of Musix 2. The production version =
of 2 somehow lost the ability to work with the boring old Intel video hardw=
are that the beta knew how to work with.
Anyway, I look forward to testing Musix 3!
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ove you (anyone, of course) to make some tests and we're open to new id=
eas.Feel free to suscribe to any of our lists; there's an english v=
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