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Studio 13.37 3.0 is out!
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l0wt3ch

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PostPosted: Sun 03 Sep 2017, 21:08    Post subject:  

Some people would rather have communism than live in a free country. Others would like to shut down free speech if something hurts their fee-fees.

Pretty sure that's not why our forefathers died in those wars. Sad
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tallboy


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PostPosted: Mon 04 Sep 2017, 17:15    Post subject:  

I really don't care about your wievs on the world situation or global politics, please spare that for the part of this forum which deals with totally unrelated issues.
This section is for puppy derivatives, only!
Questions:
1) Is Studio related to Puppylinux in any way at all?
2) You provide a download path, but no info or release notes or home page.
3) Studio runs in RAM, how much RAM?
4) Is Studio designed for 32 or 64 bit CPUs?
5) Does it run on top of an OS, or is it a standalone?
6) Do you boot from a HDD, CD/DVD, flash stick or what?

If Studio is not a Puppy derivative, don't bother, just get out of this forum section.

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James C


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PostPosted: Mon 04 Sep 2017, 17:36    Post subject:  

tallboy wrote:
I really don't care about your wievs on the world situation or global politics, please spare that for the part of this forum which deals with totally unrelated issues.
This section is for puppy derivatives, only!
Questions:
1) Is Studio related to Puppylinux in any way at all?
2) You provide a download path, but no info or release notes or home page.
3) Studio runs in RAM, how much RAM?
4) Is Studio designed for 32 or 64 bit CPUs?
5) Does it run on top of an OS, or is it a standalone?
6) Do you boot from a HDD, CD/DVD, flash stick or what?

If Studio is not a Puppy derivative, don't bother, just get out of this forum section.

tallboy




From the first post....

Quote:
Studio 13.37 is now based on Xenialpup,


Previous version was based on Slacko.
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James C


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PostPosted: Mon 04 Sep 2017, 17:45    Post subject:  

3) Since it's over a 1 gb download probably quite a bit of ram is needed.

4) 64 bit.

5) standalone os.
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tallboy


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PostPosted: Mon 04 Sep 2017, 18:43    Post subject:  

Thank you, James C.

tallboy

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PostPosted: Tue 05 Sep 2017, 11:45    Post subject:  

Ooh, that was spot on! Sounds just like me. I'll better fire up my trusty 20-odd year old Mac SE30 again, and find some new forums.

tallboy

Edit: I see that member 'ciento' has deleted the not-so-extremely-polite post which this post was a reply to. It makes the sentences above just hang in the air, seemingly without relevance. Oh, well, they probably are...

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PostPosted: Tue 05 Sep 2017, 12:01    Post subject:  

I made such a system based on UPUP 3.9.9.2 then updated to tahr 6.0.6. I added the synths and sequencers recording editing stripped out very little and remastered. Awesome stuff and eventually a compiled for audio kernel replacing the stock ones. I think I had offered the ISO for free as I just spent the time doing it using software written by others and I just put it together. No big deal. Now I do the same thing using Puppy's and DDogs for CCTV systems based on ZoneMinder. I let anyone have it. It is fun to see when anyone actually uses it and finds it useful.

Computer English is a language of it's own. Stop crying...Get used to it.
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l0wt3ch

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PostPosted: Wed 06 Sep 2017, 08:36    Post subject:  

rockedge wrote:
Computer English is a language of it's own. Stop crying...Get used to it.


What you mean Question
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ethplorer

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PostPosted: Wed 06 Sep 2017, 13:40    Post subject:  

i wonder if someone from elsewhere really thought of buying.
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PostPosted: Wed 06 Sep 2017, 14:44    Post subject:  

http://studio1337.pro/disclaimer/
Quote:
As Studio 13.37 is based primarily on GPL projects, the usual caveat applies:

Where can I get the source code for Studio 13.37?

What GNU GPL license is this released under?

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ciento

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PostPosted: Thu 07 Sep 2017, 13:34    Post subject:  

@ moderator: this isn't linuxmusicians.com where
posts vanish whenever a sacred cow is poked.
Restore my post, and/or at least have the cajones to PM me
if you feel I've poked a favored troll too hard...
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Flash
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PostPosted: Fri 08 Sep 2017, 08:42    Post subject:  

No need for a PM. Consider this the only warning you'll get. Show some self control or you're banned from this forum too.
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ciento

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PostPosted: Fri 08 Sep 2017, 15:04    Post subject:  

One of my favorite uses for Studio 1337 is to record
some arpeggios or sequences at high speed on the high octaves
of the midi keyboard, with multiple instances of rakarrack providing
multiple 'multi-effects', and importing the results
into audacity sound editor. By playing it back at several
slower speeds, using audacity's alternate speed playback control,
you'll hear nicely expanded and nuanced versions of the effects,
in addition to the speed-modified timbres,
and re-record it using the Timemachine audio recorder.

You can then import the slow version into audacity,
create a second track, and paste it there, but between the 'beats' heard in the
first track, or syncopated using multiple pastes, to taste.
You can cut or copy/paste any empty audio, to aid alignment of the tracks.
Lesson each tracks volume to taste, using the audacity Amplify effect,
so they enhance, rather then dominate, the original.
If you paste several tracks, you'll want to lower
the amplitude of all of them accordingly, to achieve proper 'gain staging',
without overloading (clipping) the audacity output.

You can also apply other effects from within audacity itself,
to whole tracks, or selected audio, so your imagination can get a real workout,
using the undo/redo feature. Using the zoom in/out features, you can paste
or cut out errors with great accuracy. If there is unwanted audio
on just one side of a stereo track, audacity lets you split the track,
so you can select the bad part, and amplify it to zero volume,
without effecting the related track timings and placements.

When happy with the results, you can use the Timemachine audio recorder
to record a 24bit .w64 file, import it back into audacity for
final level/EQ adjustments, or even more editing/creating.
When all of your work/play is within audacity, you can then (render) export it
as .wav, .flac, .mp3 .ogg etc

A good vst instrument that will work great for arpeggio sounds
in Studio 1337 via Reaper daw, is the Tone2 Firebird synth.
It is now free, sounds great, and has an interface
that won't induce a comatose state while learning
some synthesizer basics.

https://www.tone2.com/firebird2.html

Rakarrack effects presets can be loud, so I first lower the input level slider,
and then adjust both input and output sliders during playback. The individual
Rakarrack modules often have several presets of their own, in addition
to the gui controls.

For using jackd connections between audacity, rakarrack, and Reaper,
here is an excellent tutorial:

http://libremusicproduction.com/articles/demystifying-jack-%E2%80%93-beginners-guide-getting-started-jack

There are also plenty of youtube videos regarding the qjackctl
jackd connections gui, and they are often part of videos about hydrogen drum machine,
zynaddsubfx synth, guitarix amp-sim, ardour or qtractor daws, and other linux audio apps.

jackd lets the whole linux OS become your own Digital Audio Workstation,
and Studio 1337 lets you get started without a huge budget,
and provides a collected software base, the identifying of which,
would normally be quite a learning curve in itself.
Cheers

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Sailor Enceladus

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PostPosted: Fri 08 Sep 2017, 15:41    Post subject:  

Does Studio 1337 have something similar to Fruitloops/FLStudios? I like using it's piano roll. And it was cool how I could change the reverb/echo on instruments and my own imported sounds. Also, does it have something similar to Anvil Studios or Cakewalk? I like using it's piano roll too for making midis. Also, does Studio 1337 have something similar to the Matrix and Redrum in Reason? I thought those were pretty fun to make random synth and drum patterns. I guess I could just install Wine and try all those Windows programs myself to see if they work. I have Studio 2.4 now but haven't really explored it's programs much yet, might explore it more later and post in that thread.
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ciento

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PostPosted: Fri 08 Sep 2017, 17:06    Post subject:  

It's important to differentiate between

1. an operating system
2. a purpose-dedicated operating system
3. a digital-audio-workstion or stand-alone application installed in
an operating system
4. plugins hosted by digital-audio-workstations or standalone apps

Studio 1337 takes an operating system, dedicates it
by modifications intended for high performance audio/video functions,
populates it with a range of useful and popular software,
and makes it easier to extend that collection of software,
with others which may not not be included due to licensing
or distribution restrictions.

Since Studio V2.4 was first released, great improvements to linux audio in general have arrived in the form of a linux ports of Reaper, and
Harrison Mixbus, deep improvements in wine-staging,
the uptake of windows vst wrappers Airwave and LinVst,
and the use of over-rides in wine-staging (the use of actual
windows .dll files, replacing the wine versions, and listed in winecfg
library panel as over-rides)

Your specific questions will apply to one of the four groupings above,
the capabilities of the installed linux software in 1337 V3.0,
and how the wine version in 1337 V 3.0 , or updated versions
one might install, can deal with such software.
To that end, this forum/topic might be useful

https://forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=193761

for questions relating running windows audio software in wine.

Windows Reaper in wine, and the linux port of Reaper using
vst wrappers are excellent solutions for pro quality
audio in linux, with Mixbus and Bitwig linux ports also available
for testing. I don't have 1337 V3.0 set up yet, so my comments
are still quite generic, but I think you'll be quite pleased
with the advances since V2.4
Cheers
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