Thank you for your thoughts on this new pc.
I will be using my vector pc for audio development...
So while I'm very familar with sb cards,I'd like a better 24 bit solution.
The pc will be used for sound design, guitar and vocal recording and audio tracking
with skale tracker and milky tracker.
Imagine a tracker for synths, drums and bass, ardour or audacity for guitars and vocals.
This new pc must also be able to make audio cd's and mp3's.
While I think over this new machine...
Thats a second thought, I assumed both would just work but has anyone installed either skaletracker www.skale.org
or milkytracker www.milkytracker.net
on their vector pc's?
These are pretty much required for me to get any audio work done on the new pc.
I am hoping that deluxe package with the second cd will provide some much needed
help on audio recording software with audacity and ardour installable right from cd.
On windows, I use audacity and adobe audition. Ardour would be far superior for my needs I belive, but long ago it was difficult to install and get working.
I tried migrating my audio needs to linux some time ago but went running back to windows when it seemed like getting ardour working was a big challenge.
That plus my day job always using windows made me go back.
Now, vector and linux has matured. Alot more audio apps are available now. I think I can get by with linux which I would prefer for my daily computing (web, email, whatever) plus audio needs.
Is anyone using a 24 bit audio card with vector? The guitars are crisper and sound better with 24 bit.www.haywire.tv
for examples of works I have produced on the windows platform.
Some of that audio was produced on suse linux with skale tracker.... Other parts of audio were produced using vector linux and soundtracker. All the videos were produced
I know linux rocks, I want to migrate but I need 24 bit audio recording and the ability to burn cds. I am also very interested in the video capabilities of the deluxe edition of vector linux.
Anyone using linux for audio, please chime in. Anyone else, please chime in and help me pick the right parts to make this p.c. work well for me as an audio workstation.
Vector is so fast and has so much potential. I have nothing but great respect for its creators. What a fantastic thing we have here, a secret almost free weapon for the underground artist...
I will order the deluxe edition of vector next week while I scour for more parts.
Thank you all for your thoughts on this.
As long as it recorded in 24 bit I'd be happy.