[linux-audio-user] ablton live emulation
Favio at gmx.net
Favio at gmx.net
Fri Oct 14 10:16:39 EDT 2005
Yes, it does come with WDM and ASIO drivers for windows. I don't have a Mac,
but it does have drivers for thatone too.
I am mainly using the session window, to chuck the samples into it in real
time and then I am playing around with FX, with the order I play the
samples, etc etc.
I could live with a just session window, and then have some sort of
automation going on, to record what I did when, etc, for my productions.
Also, I would need the ability to sync the program with my DAW from Yamaha,
so that I would be able to do the session first, then go out to the
Recorder, and add live voice and bass to it, if needed. But that would be
I am very impressed about the amount of help from you guys. I will continue
to help if I can aswell, as soon as I got into it a bit more, that is :D
I am a sound engineer and producer for years now, and I just started a
course at uni, that must be the reason for the fact, that I want to see then
But as I said, as a performer, I simply use Live and m laptop :)
> --- Ursprüngliche Nachricht ---
> Von: Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com>
> An: A list for linux audio users <linux-audio-user at music.columbia.edu>
> Betreff: Re: [linux-audio-user] ablton live emulation
> Datum: Fri, 14 Oct 2005 09:24:19 -0400
> > My question: Does anyone know a software which does the job which
> > Live is doing for me at the moment?
> what aspects of live are you using? there are people who have done live
> performances with ardour (brave souls, i say; and i wrote ardour :)
> > Well, also, I need to know if I can still use my USB audio interface
> > "Lexicon Omega" with my laptop.
> depends on whether it is a truly class compliant device. does it come
> with its own win/mac drivers or not?
Favio Masulli y Becker
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