[linux-audio-user] Re: Commercial audio software on Linux
zettberlin at linuxuse.de
Sat Aug 19 14:08:21 EDT 2006
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>> bare Waveeditor should be as powerfull as.... say - Samplitude at least.
>> For a native Linux-Samplitude i would maybe even pay about 100,- Euros
>> or so (though I think, that magix sells them for about 400....).
> they sell a Samplitude for linux? pretty much every item on my list that no linux
Well... they do not - but if they would....
I had the latest demo from magix running on wine with some minor problems
(needs about a minute to start, 3 more minutes to
bring up the file-open-window, some stabilityissues)
but wine is not an option if i shall pay for a music app to run on Linux.
The thing I miss the most in ardour is a well-integrated destructive
pluginautomationcurves cannot do the same as having a sample manipulated
real hard with curved pitchchanges, good audiorestauration for problematic
samples and as many FX applied as wanted. This and
live - timestreching (with the option to have it streched pitchneutral
or not) for
single samples built into ardour (and maybe some miditracksupport) and i
mention any proprietary app again ;-)
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