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hpr1999 :: How I record a full band under Linux

How I use Ardour, Jack audio, and a Presonus interface to record an entire band practice.

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Hosted by noplacelikeslashhome on 2016-03-31 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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How I use Ardour, Jack audio, and a Presonus interface to record an entire band practice under linux.

  • Tools:

    • Ardour
    • Calf studio gear
    • Invada Plugins
    • ArtyFX
    • Jack
    • Qjackctl
  • Hardware

    • Dell Latitude e6320
    • Presonus studiolive 16.4.2
    • various Microphones

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Comment #1 posted on 2016-04-01T16:58:59Z by Jon Kulp

More on Ardour!

Welcome and thanks for a great episode! Glad you've found us. I hope you'll make good on what you said about recording lots of episodes for HPR. It would be timely since I've have to cut way back. Anything about audio recording, editing, and post-production will be enthusiastically received.

Comment #2 posted on 2016-04-07T06:55:49Z by Ken Fallon

More detail

Please go into more detail about setting everything up. Especially compatibility between Jack/ALSA/Pulse.

Don't forget the "how I got into" show as well.

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