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Old 09-19-2005, 11:50 AM   #1
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Digital Audio Workstation

Recently, I got a copy of Propellerhead's Reason Digital Audio Workstation - Demo Version. Although I didn't do much with it, I was VERY impressed with it's GUI.

I was wondering if there was a similar GUI / wrapper that would allow linux users to patch various audio applications (synthesizers, drum machine, loop tracks, flangers, etc.) together with visuals. (Think jackrack on steroids)

I am not necessarily advocating the Reason software, but I really like the clearcut GUI and the philosophy of the software.

Old 09-19-2005, 01:45 PM   #2
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Some links

DAW ardour
Sequencer Muse
Drum machine Hydrogen
Mastering Jamin
Synth Fluidsynth

This is a real short list, most of these sites have many links to more audio resources.



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