Dave Phillips wrote:
> Ralf Mardorf wrote:
>> today I heard the first time about REAPER http://www.reaper.fm/, this
>> looks very elaborated. I wonder that such an application will run on
>> Linux by using wine. If this is possible, it might be possible to run
>> Cubase on Linux by using wine. Has anybody ever checked out to run
> From what I've heard it will not run under Wine. I can't afford to buy
> it, and I won't use a crack, so I haven't tested it myself.
That's why I thought about the Atari MIDI sequencer, I have the latest
Atari version as original, not as a crack, but the problem is, that I
need a dongle key for it. No problem with my ST, but because of a lack
of space in my homerecording room, I can't use the ST any more.
>> It would be also good if it will be possible to run the Atari Cubase,
>> but I think there will be a problem with the dongle key. Maybe there is
>> some kind of Atari cartridge slot emulation for PCI. I don't think so,
>> but it might be better to asked.
> If you mean the Cubase MIDI sequencer for Atari, it will run under the
> XSteem and Hatari emulators. And it is available for free.
> See this page:
Wow, thank you. If this free version is also the latest Atari version I
recommend to everybody to test it. There's no free Linux sequencer with
that professional functions available. I hope this is the latest Atari
version and that it is stable and can connect to Jack and that I can use
the Matrix-1000 realtime SysEx editor from my Atari with it. Shit, I
haven't a disk drive or an SCSI port any more for my PC, but I can check
Certainly the Atari Cubase is not a sequencer for everybody. Some people
for sure don't need exotic functions, e.g. that are advantages for video
setting, they might be more fine with the advantage Rosegarden has got,
MIDI and audio files in the same environment and virtual synth.
If this Atari Cubase emulation is fine, I will use conditional to the
work I will do, Rosegarden or Cubase.
Has anybody testet it?
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