On Mon, 29 May 2000, Joe Fay wrote:
> I've tried some of the drivers for this card under Linux, but nothing
> consistant and satisfactory so far. I need to do full duplex -- both
> MIDI and multiple audio tracks. Under $M win, I use Power Tracks or
> Cakewalk. How would you proceed to get drivers and software under Linux
> to make this work...I still have one of my #$%$#(*^& machines on Win98
> just to do this. I'd dearly love to wipe 'Mr. Bill' off the drive!
If your looking for tools similar to Power Tracks or Cakewalk for Linux
you may want to reconsider:/ Decent, professional quality music packages
just don't exist atm. There isn't even a *working* mod tracker for Linux
Get a Mac or an Atari Falcon. Something thats *good* for music work.
Bother said Pooh, as he was forced to watch Shades of Gray.
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