recording vocals

teza tsaliou75 at
Fri Oct 9 14:08:40 BST 2009

Hi ,Sandie, just a question, what will be your choice between Hardy and
Jaunty 32 bits, for my point of view I will choose the Hardy, but I
never use Jaunty 32 bits. Is there any troubles with rt kernel in
Thanks for your help.

Regards from Paris (France)

Le vendredi 09 octobre 2009 à 11:48 +0200, sandie a écrit :
> teza wrote:
> > Hi everybody, I think it will be a good idea to tell to the list what
> > equipment we are using with Ubuntustudio, that will help in coming up
> > with recommendations for what to get. We can make a list on the web
> > about what equipement is working well with Linux.
> >
> > At the moment I'm use a fastrack from M Audio wich is working well under
> > unbuntu studio hardy 8.04.
> >
> > Regards.
> > Teza
> I'm using a M-Audio Audiophile 2496, it require a little tweaking to 
> work (specialy on 9.10), but the sound is great and latency is 
> acceptable, at least on my budget :-)
> I guess it's all about priorities, and I'd rather spend my money on 
> instruments and good mic's (allthou a RME soundcard would be nice... 
> *drool*)
> Regarding mic's... It's hard to say wich is the best mic for everyone, 
> some voices actualy sounds better on a SM58 than on a Neumann U87 (my 
> personal favorite).
> So try them before you buy them, specialy if you buy a used on, I bought 
> a used U47 and found out that the electronics was toast :-/
> That said... I have also been extremly lucky with garagesales, and found 
> a pair of AKG353 in perfect condition for 20$ :-)
> btw. I always use a 32bit version, the 64bit is to immature for my taste 
> (had lots of problems with wine, alsa and jack) but I test it whenever 
> theres a new Ubuntu-release. The only place I have expirenced a 
> remarkable difference between 32 and 64, is when I compile stuf.
> /Sandie

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