smartboyhwholstein, got any time to change 12.04.2 in topic -> 12.04.3?02:09
holsteinsmartboyhw: sure02:09
smartboyhwholstein, thank you:)02:09
=== holstein changed the topic of #ubuntustudio to: Welcome to the Ubuntu Studio support channel | 13.04 and 12.04.3 Now Released http://ubuntustudio.org/download | Support forum http://ubuntuforums.org | Please be patient and visit https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuStudio if no one is around | General music making and studio chatter is allowed
holsteinsmartboyhw: :)02:11
Unit193You didn't kick anyone. :(02:11
smartboyhwholstein, thank you:)02:11
smartboyhwUnit193, oy:P02:11
kylenHello ubu people10:31
kylenwhat is better  ubuntu studio 12.04 or 13.04 ?10:31
cfhowlettkylen, 12.04 is supported for 5 years.  13.04 is not.10:32
kylenaudio latency is this same ?10:33
kylenLTS edition seems is better10:34
cfhowlettkylen  12.04 has the low latency kernel .... and LTS only means you don't have to pull your hair over upgrade hiccups every 6 months.  I install every 2 years and I'm quite happy with 12.0410:34
kylenthx cfhowlett10:35
cfhowlettkylen, best of luck10:35
kylenI bought ardour2 for one dollar, very good DAW. Music card is Envy24PT/HT but o fedora jackd have many problems, people says the ubuntu studio is the best way :)10:38
kyleni use hardware synth, midi is not necessary, but maybe on ubuntu studio will be work  Jx 305 + Korg Electribe10:39
cfhowlettkylen, "bought" ardour?  it IS free software ...10:40
cfhowlettkylen, I've never had to use jack so really cant speak to that.  #opensourcemusicians is the place to discuss it10:41
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Sakrecoerhey! i found my sollution for the drives and the ethernet14:13
Sakrecoerthe drives, where i was jumping back and forth from terminal to dekstop on boot-up was a matter of me not ticking the "format" box14:14
SakrecoerAnd this is the workarround for  Atheros "Killer E2200 Gigabit Ethernet Controller" http://askubuntu.com/questions/333938/how-do-i-get-a-qualcomm-atheros-killer-e2200-gigabit-ethernet-card-working14:15
cubSakrecoer, which format box?14:38
Sakrecoerin the partitioner.14:40
Sakrecoerat install...14:40
Sakrecoerin the partitioner at install.14:41
cubweird, but nice that you got i fixed!14:41
Sakrecoeryes! :)14:41
Sakrecoervery instructive issue :)14:41
thiebaneHey there20:25
thiebaneHaving a [probably noob] issue with Ubuntu Studio 12.04.3 LTS.  I have a M-Audio 1010LT PCI sound card installe.d20:26
thiebaneStudio is installed fine and working perfectly.  I am able to see the sound card, but I can't hear it.20:27
thiebaneI also can't record anything - none of the inputs work.20:28
thiebaneI have dabbled with Ubuntu before, but not really used it much in anger before  so much of this is new.  I've migrated from a WinXP build where everything worked fine, so hardware fault not an issue.20:28
thiebaneHelp !?! :)20:29
HisaoNakaithiebane: I've never used that card but IIRC it definitely works20:30
ubottuIf you're having problems with sound, click the Volume applet, then Sound Preferences, and check your Volume, Hardware, Input, and Output settings.  If that fails, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Sound - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting - http://alsa.opensrc.org/DmixPlugin - For playing audio files,  see !players and !mp3.20:30
HisaoNakaiyou can also try #opensourcemusicians or the linuxmusicians.com forums20:30
ubottuFor information on professional audio tools in Ubuntu, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuStudio/ProAudioIntro20:30
HisaoNakaiWhoa, hey there holstein :)20:31
holsteinthe issue is, for ubuntustudio, you'll want to learn and try JACK20:31
holsteinotherwise, you could have broken evertyhing by clicking on ardour first, and then testing20:31
thiebaneYeah, seen lots of references to JACK.20:31
thiebaneKind of confused at the moment by it.20:31
holsteinby JACK?20:32
holsteinjack is confusing by nature20:32
thiebaneYes.  Not sure what it is/used for/needs to be used for20:32
holsteinthiebane: when you need it, you'll know.. otherwis, its probably overkill20:32
thiebaneOk.  Really just need to do some multi-track recording with audacity to start with.20:33
thiebaneActually - not even multi-track recording.  Just recording and multi-track editing.20:34
holsteinthiebane: if you want to plug a guitar into your audio interface, and connect that to effects, then route that both dry and wet to sepearate channels in ardour, and also route to a midi controlable trigger to control a drum sound, and stream that entire output to an audio stream through a mastering applciation or limiter.. you'll want JACK20:34
holsteinfor example..20:34
holsteinor, multitrack editing trough a 16 channel output device to a summing console20:35
thiebanek.  So I could have screwed everything up by opening up ardour before JACK - could have routed the audio somewhere else?20:36
holsteinthiebane: corrrect. well, not 'screwed up', but misconfigured accidentally20:36
holsteinmost things in the menu are useless til you are using jack20:37
thiebaneWhich is confusing by its very nature!20:37
holsteinits not an easy task that is being taken on20:38
thiebaneWill check all basic audio settings etc.  Might even be worth doing fresh install to get everything back to default.  then try again...20:38
holsteini just would consider running xubuntu and just adding what you use20:39
thiebaneSounds sensible.  Less potential for brain shrink. Thanks for the advice.20:40
OvenWerksthiebane: for the 1010 and any other ice1712 card, you need to set levels with mudita24 before you will hear sound/be able to record21:03
OvenWerkscheck in Audio production -> mixers21:04
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NNJRobHello,,, Does anyone know if the new kernel in Studio 12.04.3 will work with fglrx legacy?23:12
OvenWerksNNJRob: greater variety of people to ask in #unbuntu. The kernel is the same in that area as generic.23:17
NNJRobThank you23:18

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