=== holstein changed the topic of #ubuntustudio to: Welcome to the Ubuntu Studio support channel | Ubuntu Studio 13.04 and 12.04.2 Now Released http://ubuntustudio.org/download | Support forum http://ubuntuforums.org | For general xubuntu help, try #xubuntu | General music making and studio chatter is allowed
=== holstein changed the topic of #ubuntustudio to: Welcome to the Ubuntu Studio support channel | Ubuntu Studio 13.04 and 12.04.2 Now Released http://ubuntustudio.org/download | Support forum http://ubuntuforums.org | For general xubuntu help, try #xubuntu | General music making and studio chatter is allowed
SonikkuAmericaWasn't the !studio roadmap finished eons ago? :)03:09
ubottuUbuntuStudio is a collection of packages for the artist who wishes to use Ubuntu as their Digital Audio Workstation. It contains all the best Audio/Visual components from the Ubuntu repositories. For more info and install instructions, join #ubuntustudio or see http://ubuntustudio.org03:10
holsteinSonikkuAmerica: is that something in the topic?03:11
SonikkuAmericaOh no, not at all. I just remember following Ubuntu Studio's progress during the Raring dev cycle and saw the roadmap was complete.03:11
SonikkuAmericaLong before all the other !flavors.03:12
holsteini bet smartboy or zequence or len-1304 knocked it out03:12
SonikkuAmericaI'd place my bet on zequence. Doesn't he kind of head the !studio project?03:13
holsteinSonikkuAmerica: zequence is the ubuntustudio team lead03:13
SonikkuAmericaThought so.03:13
SonikkuAmericaCongratulations for winning the "Fastest Ubuntu Development Team in Existence" award.03:14
SonikkuAmericaFor Raring.03:14
SonikkuAmericaI use the studio pointer packages on Unity... fun stuff really.03:15
holsteinstudio pointer?03:17
holsteinyou mean, you use the studio meta packages on main ubuntu?03:18
SonikkuAmericaYeah. I call them pointers. (They "point" to the other packages.)03:28
SonikkuAmericaI think it's an old Solaris term. (OpenSolaris 2009.06 was my first taste of UNIX.(03:28
holsteinSonikkuAmerica: cool... should work welll with any of the variants03:54
SonikkuAmericaUnity is (almost) seamless. And especially with the Qt programs, as Unity Next will be written in Qt.03:55
holsteinits probably where we are headed03:56
SonikkuAmericaUnity Next?03:57
SonikkuAmericaOr just Qt in general?03:57
holsteinjust QT in general03:57
holsteinnot sure what ubuntustudio will do03:57
SonikkuAmericaThey've still got their bottoms planted in the "archaic, detoriorating chairs" of GTK+03:58
holsteinwell, it wasnt "deteriorating" when we went with XFCE03:59
SonikkuAmericaWell... to me it seems like GTK+ design is like playing a pipe organ...03:59
SonikkuAmericaBecoming somewhat of a lost art.03:59
SonikkuAmericaNot to mention the X.org X server...04:01
holsteinsure, but back when we switched, it was the thing to do.. for short term longevity.. if there is such a thing04:01
SonikkuAmericaMore like a sanity measure... although I liked Natty's Unity.04:02
holsteinunity was new.. gnome3 was new... gnome2 was gone.. LXDE was just too different and sparse... KDE too heavy04:02
SonikkuAmericaOr e16 back then?04:02
holsteine17 wasnt "out" yet04:02
holsteinthough, i think it was too "different"04:03
holsteinwe went XFCE because it really seemed most like the old gnome204:03
SonikkuAmericaI think it plops on top of X nicely myself, and it's getting ported to Wayland, but... yeah, I have to agree, although you might consider MATE.04:03
holsteinmate was new too04:04
SonikkuAmericaIt's the GNOME 2 fork though...04:05
holsteinbut, it was new, and buggy.. and bad back then04:05
holsteinit wasnt available to us either04:05
holsteinit has to be in the main ubuntu repos for us to use it.. and mate wasnt there, and still isnt AFAIK04:05
SonikkuAmericaShame it snot04:06
SonikkuAmerica*shame it snot04:06
SonikkuAmerica**SHAME IT'S NOT (ugh)04:07
holsteineh... XFCE fits the bill, mostly04:07
holsteinits very gnome2 like04:07
Unit193Heh, that's what people say, but I hated Gnome2 but Xfce is awesome.04:13
holsteinUnit193: there were some little things about gnome2 that were annoying for sure04:13
holsteini dont think i really "liked" it either.. but i used it, and got used to it04:13
SunStargnome was never that great04:14
wipcongrats on 13.04!13:51
wipwill install (fresh) this week-end13:51
smartboyhw_wip: :)13:51
wipuntil then i am streaming binaural beats (gnaural / pd gem) with u-s 12.04: http://www.justin.tv/11h1113:57
wip(and gstreamer)13:57
cfhowlettwip, dammit.  made me go look13:57
wipcleaner interface is here: http://www.workinprogress.ca/epd/13:58
wipwill eventually node.js it to control audio / video13:58
wipwatch out, i will control your brain and you will send me all your money at the end of the session13:59
wipit was a joke eh, i don't want your money14:43
zequencewip: You can always send the money to me :P14:45
wipwill do, just need to fine tuned the frequencies14:46
zequencemuhahahaa :D14:46
wipi am sure people are working on it, but the homepage of u-s is still pointing to beta: Try our latest Beta: Ubuntu Studio 13.04 Beta 215:44
DarkErazequence, ^15:45
zequencewip: What do you mean?15:45
zequenceAh, right. The front tab15:45
zequenceI'll change it right away15:45
holsteinhttp://ubuntustudio.org/download/ looks correct though15:46
zequenceI changed the download page right after release, but I forgot about the front tab15:46
zequenceOk. That should work15:50
holsteinlooks good15:51
iu5wtrt6ysomeone experienced on focusrite? .... this case pro 10 I/O...?....16:03
zequenceiu5wtrt6y: I have sapphire pro 40. What kind of problem are you having?16:13
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iu5wtrt6yI can make it work. I have ffado, jack, and ardour (from official with plugins and so...).16:19
iu5wtrt6yI can rec with the normal instalation of ardour... without plugins, but not with the "big one"16:20
zequenceiu5wtrt6y: "big one"?16:20
iu5wtrt6yi mean the instalation from the official ardour site, with the pre-instalation of plugins, actualization...16:21
zequenceiu5wtrt6y: I don't think Ardour from the ardour site contains any plugins. Those should be the same16:22
zequenceiu5wtrt6y: But, if you're having problems recording with the official version of Ardour (the one from their site), then I recommend asking about it on #ardour16:23
zequenceiu5wtrt6y: Just to be totally clear. Jack is working all the time, right?16:23
iu5wtrt6yyes, but don't show correc tly the names of devices. I tried choosing hw1 (shown in terminal as the focusrite) and ardour don't start up16:30
holsteiniu5wtrt6y: i wouldnt trust those labels16:31
holsteinjust test, and discover what is what...16:31
iu5wtrt6ysorry...fw1, with driver firewire16:31
holsteiniu5wtrt6y: you have to keep in mind what is happening there.. a driver that is *not* made by the manufacturer (or supported in any way) is doing what it can to provide you with support16:32
holsteiniu5wtrt6y: when i use my firepod, i have only that device plugged in via firewire16:32
zequenceiu5wtrt6y: Don't you use any jack control application, such as qjackctl?16:32
holsteini just select the firewire driver in qjackctl16:33
zequenceiu5wtrt6y: It is best to start jack with a jack control application, like qjackct first. Then, start Ardour16:33
zequenceiu5wtrt6y: If you are not able to start jack with ardour directly, that may be something worth mentioning on #ardour16:34
zequenceiu5wtrt6y: But, if the issue is with a jack control application, and you are using only Ubuntu Studio (not additional PPAs), then we will gladly help16:35
iu5wtrt6yi understand, and i'm trying to solve all of this for many time, leave pro-tools, and work only with freesoft. Yes I use Qjackctl (even knowing is jackd who works there), but maybe the issue is on the instalation of ardour... Anyway, i have to leave. Being here just for try. Thanks a lot from Galicia. ;--)16:36
zequenceiu5wtrt6y: Do come back again :)16:37
iu5wtrt6yok ;-)16:39

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