Re: [SLUG] Re: Linux and Pro-Audio applications

From: Tyler Vann-Campbell (
Date: Fri Apr 14 2006 - 21:19:03 EDT

On 4/14/06, Kwan Lowe <> wrote:
> > I was wondering if anyone on this list has any
> > experience using Linux with DAW/softsynth/midi
> > applications like rosegarden or any others.
> > I am interested in getting any information on what
> > applications appear to work best in the Linux/UNIX
> > environment.
> Check out this month's Linux Journal.. There's an article on sound apps
> under
> Linux/Wine.

If you're interested in a modular synth, spiralsynthmodular sounds decent
and has most of the things you would need to generate patches.

Nyquist is a lisp-like language with unit generators ala Music-N

zynaddsubfx is an additive-subtractive softsynth that is pretty decent and
comes with a decent library of instruments

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