I want to record audio on several channels (mic, guitar, bass), but I can't get a hang of it. I have a Fender Mustang II guitar amp which I'm connecting via USB and a mic that connects through the standard mic jack. So far I've tried installing FL Studio on WINE but I don't have the FenderASIO driver so the amp is not recognized by the program.
Hi, I installed ubuntu studio today on my laptop. I am using a fender mustang amplifier that has built in usb, so its a recording interface. I have managed to get Ardour to record from the amp, but for the life of me I cannot get Ardour to play the recorded guitar signal back. I am using 12.10 and just cant get the sound to come out of the speakers.
Hi I am an reasonable experianced linux user. I usually manage to google most of my problems but this one has drawn a blank. I am trying to set up a little music recording thing to practise my guitar and keyboard on and record it on the computer but it does not seem to want to play ball. rakarrack or rosegarden etc it say's jackd is not working.
I am in a sort band, with my friends. We have nothing official, and no money. I am looking into a small computer to put Ubuntu on for music during practice sessions and guitar effects, as none of us have the money to put up for a pedal.
I am looking for a simple effects program that can use MIDI inputs, as well as keys on my keyboard to trigger different pedals.
How many strings does your (primary) guitar have? What's your favourite tuning?
I have recently 'upgraded' my old guitar to a 7-string Ibanez RGIR27FE. Love the quality and waay better pickps than in my old Ibanez. I've been playing it for over a month now but I still find it difficult to adjust to a wider neck and the seventh string.
Hello, I'd like to ask if you know of some program for composing music. And I don't mean some guitar/keyboard plugging and recording, but clearly electronical composing using scores etc. Something like Guitar Pro (or Linux alternative Tux guitar), but with more possibilities and more realistic sound.