Mario Lang wrote:
Well, you'll have to learn both ways: either about
twelve duck-sized horses, or one horse-sized duck. :-)
However from my survey of the Linux audio landscape, there
are few, if any, integrated music production tools for
terminal users. You basically end up finding the best fit
from a combination of applications and utilities.
Nama has made a good effort toward a creating a console
friendly environment based on Ecasound for recording,
mixing, effects processing and live effects control. For
MIDI composition, and sampling, you will need to find
other tools. Julien accomplished a lot with Midish, and
I think some improvements in JACK's MIDI infrastructure will
make that a little easier by eliminating the need for an
ALSA-JACK bridge utility.
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