We would really love to have you're feedback, and this goes of course for
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2012/1/11 Dave Phillips
> On 01/11/2012 09:37 AM, Carlos sanchiavedraz wrote:
Yes, not only with KXstudio itself, but with some apps he did that are
included in that I like. Since I tested them I'm interested, and maybe some
(not so far day) I hope to put in contact with him.
Thanks as always, Dave.
* Musix GNU+Linux
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2012/1/11 Dave Phillips <firstname.lastname@example.org>=
On 01/11/2012 09:37 AM, Carlos sanchiavedraz wrote:
... I would say give a try to Musix ...
I have to tell you that Musix v3 it's going to be a great jump forward =
compared to v2.
That's good news, Carlos, I look forward to testing the new version.We would really love to have=
you're feedback, and this goes of course for all dear LAU folks. Our r=
esources are limited but we work as fast as we can.
I will post here information as soon as possible.=A0
To add some more choice to those great responses here in this thread, a wou=
ld mention KXstudio. I liked it when I tested some time ago, nice and we=
Gotta get to it. falkTX has done some great work on his Linux audio tools t=
oo.Yes, not only with KXstudio itself, but with s=
ome apps he did that are included in that I like. Since I tested them I'=
;m interested, and maybe some (not so far day) I hope to put in contact wit=
Linux-audio-user mailing list
Thanks as always, Dave.-- Carlos sanchiavedraz* Musix GNU+Linux=A0 http://www.musix.es