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Hi Julien (I top-post because I know you prefer).
I concur with David, Musix is a good choice (what can I say ;) ). We're
working on Musix 3 beta 2, and we still struggling to finish a final
version as soon as possible.
And to add one more option to the others, I would say Kxstudio. I liked
it when I gave it a try some time ago.
> On 03/18/2012 09:57 AM, Julien Claassen wrote:
* Musix GNU+Linux
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Hi Julien (I top-post because I know you prefer).I concur with Davi=
d, Musix is a good choice (what can I say ;) ). We're working on Musix =
3 beta 2, and we still struggling to finish a final version as soon as poss=
And to add one more option to the others, I would say Kxstudio. I li=
ked it when I gave it a try some time ago.kxstudio.=
2012/3/19 david <firstname.lastname@example.org>=
On 03/18/2012 09:57 AM, Julien Claassen wrote:
I'm looking for a good audio distro for a GUI-minded friend. I thought,=
that Ubuntu Studio was the one, but we didn't really find something lik=
a live-DVD for that. My question: If I'm right and it really is Ubuntu<=
Studio, that I'm looking for, could someone recommend a good place to
get a live-DVD.
If my memory betrayed me, could someone tell me, which musically
advanced distro I might choose instead. Kepp in mind: My friend wants a
live-DVD to start with and he's very much GUI minded and would like
something, that is as reliable as could be without much effort. So
something, which will just boot - in normal cases - and might even have
JACK running from the start would be perfect.
I know, I could probably research all that, but I'm so out of this
field, that it would take me ages to sift through all those GUI-heavy
distros, which I always avoided like the devil. :-)
Warm regards and thanks
Musix 3.0 Beta works nicely on my systems here when running from live DVD. =
Haven't made the time yet to install it on the synthesizer/effects box,=
but I like it very much.
authenticity, honesty, community
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-- Carlos sanc=
hiavedraz* Musix GNU+Linux=A0 http://www.musix.es