Resources for “Introducing Ardour”

Ardour: ardour.org

JAMin: jamin.sourceforge.net

LADSPA: www.ladspa.org, plugin.org.uk (Steve Harris's collection) and tap-plugins.sourceforge.net (a collection from Tom Szilagyi)

ALSA: www.alsa-project.org

Rosegarden: www.rosegardenmusic.com

Quick Toots Series: www.djcj.org

Audio-optimized Linux distributions and packages:

AGNULA (Debian): www.agnula.org

Planet CCRMA (Red Hat/Fedora): ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/software

AudioSlack (SlackWare): www.audioslack.com

Thac's RPMs (Mandrake): rpm.nyvalls.se

SuSE (not necessarily audio-optimized, but has good out-of-box audio support): www.suse.com/us/index.html

Listen to the original song recorded for this article on the author's site at: linux-sound.org/ardour-music.html

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MAudio Delta 66 has how many inputs?

Aaron Cummings's picture

This article says at the top of page 65 that the Delta 66 has 6 stereo inputs for a "possible total of 12 input channels".

Doesn't this card have four mono analog inputs, and one S/PIDF input for two digital in channels?

Delta 66/44

BIll's picture

I wonder myself. Based on the authors description of the breakout box having 4 STEREO ports and 2 SPDIF ports, I rushoued out and purchased a delta 44. As far as I can tell, it has 4 mono ins and outs. Alsa playback channel 1 plays on port 1 and plaback 2 plays on port 2 (also in the left ear if headphones are hooked up.)

SuSE Audio LiveCD

jmsjnsn's picture

SuSE has posted a customized LiveCD based on 9.2 with Audio in mind. You can find it here:

ftp://ftp.suse.com/pub/suse/i386/live-cd-9.2/SUSE-Linux-9.2-LiveCD-Audio.iso

Or on one of the mirrors:

http://www.novell.com/products/linuxprofessional/downloads/ftp/int_mirrors.html

Here's to hoping they will release it as an installable distro at some point...

Dont forget http://www.dynebo

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