Has somebody a stable Ubuntu Studio NATTY 64-bit?

lrspares45 lrspares45 at aol.com
Tue May 31 14:59:40 UTC 2011

On Tue, 2011-05-31 at 10:12 -0400, Mike Holstein wrote:
> finally we get to the bottom line. we actually *are* having the
> 'analog vs digital' debate. theres no need to have that debate here.
> the issue im trying to highlight is advocacy ralph. if you want to
> discount *all* digital recording methods, go for it. if i had the
> money, time, patience and space, i would quite enjoy having an analog
> setup. but, for now, digital recording is SO much easier for me to
> deal with. and for others who come to this list, and others you
> communicate with, this is the case as well. most audio production is
> done digitally these days, and i feel like it is important for us as
> ubuntu users to help promote the tools we have. ALSO, using terms like
> "pro-fools" to refer to protools is unnecessary. we probably have
> users here that are using both protools and ardour, or maybe protools
> on their production machines, and looking at ubuntu on a desktop
> platform. i feel like this is an unnecessary alienating step.
> personally, i dont use protools, but that doesnt mean that its use is
> "wrong". and to imply that is not a 'community building' attitude.
> i would like to think that any audio professional or home user using
> whatever OS or proprietary software could come to this list, and feel
> welcome. and i would like to ask all the long-time users to become
> ambassadors, embracing the technology we have, and helping spread the
> positives, as well as internally helping address and resolve the
> negatives. 
Seconded. I'm using Ubuntu Studio because it's the only viable route for
me at present. Should some miracle occur and I turn professional then I
would probably look again, with expert advice, but for now the choice is
Ardour because : a) it works and b) I can afford it.


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