Tasks, Workflows, and Packages for Ubuntu Studio Natty

Brian David beejunk at gmail.com
Sun Oct 31 18:08:09 GMT 2010

I agree with a lot of Scott's sentiments on trying to cut back on some of
these programs.  For instance, in my case the type of music I make and the
recording approaches I take mean that I have only ever used:

-Occasionally Hydrogen

As you can see, for a user like me, there are just way too many other audio
applications that I have no idea what to do with.  It would be nice to have
the choice to install just a base set of audio applications.  And then, if I
ever decide I need more MIDI editing, or some software instruments, I can
just go download them.

Coming from that perspective, the only reason I can see for having any other
audio recording/editing program on the ISO besides Ardour would be if
someone wants to do MIDI.  And perhaps after Ardour 3 is released, there
would essentially be no reason to have anything else.

Now, does Audacity or LMMS do certain things better?  Sure, and if you want
to use them, you can still download them.

On the other hand, I would like to see Sound Converter and GCD Master
added.  I'll write up a work flow that shows how these incorporate into
common tasks and add it to the wiki when I next get the time.
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-studio-users/attachments/20101031/76797f07/attachment.htm 

More information about the Ubuntu-Studio-users mailing list