[linux-audio-user] Acid type program

Jean-Baptiste Mestelan mestelan at gmail.com
Fri Jan 27 04:33:56 EST 2006


[I hope I won't get bashed on this one, as the program is not
open-source ; it is cheap though : v 1.x costs 39 euro ]

If you are currently using Windows, and considering moving to Linux,
why don't you have a look at this program :
http://www.xt-hq.com/
EnergyXT is a modular sequencer, it is very flexible and has a live
mode, which you could find handy for triggering loops. It is currently
Windows-only, but v2.0 - planned for "early 2006" - will be released
on Linux. It will also be a VST host, for VSTs natively compiled on
Linux.
 http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=114488&postdays=0&postorder=asc&highlight=linux&start=0

Regards.

On 1/26/06, Ismael Valladolid Torres <ivalladt at punkass.com> wrote:
> Frank Barknecht escribe:
> > Neither of these programs are intended to be clones of Acid or Ableton
> > Live, so you will have to adapt your working style a bit or stay with
> > Windows or mac for now.
>
> Using a powerful enough computer running Windows as a guest to QEMU
> will certainly do the trick. I've tried ReBirth succesfully in the
> past.
>
> Of course this is fairly different from using WINE, this is, you need
> a Windows license to run it as a QEMU guest. Apart from the ACID
> license, of course...
>
> Nevertheless as far as I know ACID is not available to Mac users as
> any other Sony/Sound Forge product isn't either. And I find it
> spectacularly precise but not so creative. Putting loops in a sampler
> and triggering it using a keyboard is a lot funnier. :)
>
> Cordially, Ismael
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