A bad experience ...

Christopher Stamper christopherstamper at gmail.com
Wed Jan 30 16:45:47 GMT 2008

I've even had projects in rosegarden start acting strangly and then get
destroyed beyond fixing. Shouldn't ever use it for recording... ;-)

Yup, spend a ton of money or get nothing. That's the way it is.. ;-(

On Jan 30, 2008 11:36 AM, Larry Lines <larry at twistedpop.com> wrote:

> >  I want to share a bad experience I had almost two weeks ago
> >  when I tried to record the school band of my son for a demo they
> needed.
> My first question would be... Why Rosegarden?  I would never think to use
> Rosegarden for
> live recording.  I keep seeing people do this, but certainly Ardour would
> be my first choice.  A
> lot less overhead.  Maybe I am wrong.
> And yes, without a direct matchup of US on the same equipment as your
> son's Audacity
> setup, then we aren't really learning anything here.  I also see that
> mistake quite a bit.  'Let
> me take this inadequate computer and test out Linux Audio and match it up
> against a
> dedicated studio box to see the results.'  This isn't exactly what you are
> saying but...
> I record live music with US on a laptop regularly.  No issues.  Especially
> with an RME soundcard,
> dual core intel and 2GB of RAM.  I do have a problem with my Dell 1501
> onboard soundcard.
> I almost sold that laptop because of it.  But really what was I thinking.
>  I want to do professional
> audio with an onboard soundcard on a laptop.  Come on!
> Larry Lines
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Christopher Stamper
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