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|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] Committee or Good Project
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Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 10:53:13 -0500 (EST)
From: Adam Kosmin
To: Jon Bober
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Subject: Re: [hangout] Committee or Good Project
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I'd love to make the switch to linux for my DAW needs but I've got all my
stuff in .wrk/.bun format (Cakewalk Pro Audio). Does anyone know of an
application that runs on linux that will import these files?
On Sat, 8 Dec
2001, Jon Bober wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 08, 2001 at 01:12:18AM -0500, marco wrote:
> > --The list of audio applications and tools is also incredible, just name
> > what you want to do. The computer music world has been developing under
> > unix for years (something about the mathematicians liking bach and going
> > to composition school and learning to program). I could come up with
> > some cool demos
> What audio applications do you use? Specifically, I have looked a bit in the past for something like ProTools, for the sake of my roommate in Film. Protools is basically a digital mixer, providing many tracks and allowing you to mix and apply effects and stuff. I don't know much more about it, but it has features which make it expensive and useful.
> Jon Bober.
> p.s. And how do I automatically wrap lines in vi?
> New Yorker Linux Users Scene
> Fair Use -
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