RichOaten wrote:Bitwig Studio isn’t a copy of Ableton Live.
Oh reeeeally? Then please, take my hand and come with me on this journey if you will.
RichOaten wrote:There are many DAW’s that have clip launching these days – FL Studio has, Cakewalk Sonar has and now Bitwig Studio has
Right, but they all have their own spin on it. FL Studio’s looks different for example. But Bitwig’s…
RichOaten wrote:it’s not a copy of Live at all.
How about included instruments. Bitwig has an FM synth? It sure does.
Hmm ok. How about other various plugins that are included. Wait, did they just change the name of Utility? That was pretty lazy.
Holy crap. They didn’t even try here. They were like “F— it, might as well call it what it is.”
RichOaten wrote:there’s just as many differences as well, if not more so!
Exactly, so there couldn’t possibly be more similarities.
Mother of god. Well I’m sure you can just edit the effects chain and instruments differently right? Nah, they line up at the bottom just like Able…. shhh don’t say it.
Quick one here for Monday morning:
I have just figured out how to get Joomla 3 to use Zimbra 8 LDAP for authentication.
VERY URGENT: If your time between systems is NOT in sync, authentication will give you an error!
The start of 2014 has been a busy one for me,with all the 2013 outstanding projects and problems before people return from the holidays and then the rush and onset of work with the returning hordes. That said, I started an awesome little project with “volumio”, so with no further adieu:
background (Now with even better background services!):
“volumio” is the migration of the “RaspyFi” project, as a matter of fact, when you go to the “RaspyFi” web-page, a pop-up comes up to inform you of “volumio”.
Installation Step – Part 1, Installing system:
Install WHEEZY and BOOT.
- EXPAND FILESYSTEM
- CHANGE PASSWORD
- CHANGE TIMEZONE
- CHANGE KEYBOARD
- ENABLE SSH
- Finish and REBOOT
Installation Steps – Part 2, WiFi (DHCP):
Log in with pi/<password>
- sudo su
- wpa_passphrase “<SSID>” <PASSPHRASE> >> /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf
- ifdown wlan0
- ifup wlan0
Installation Steps – Part 2, WiFi (Static IP):
change “iface wlan0 inet manual”
to “iface wlan0 inet static”
delete line “iface default inet dhcp”
delete line wpa-roam /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf
append at end of file:
address <IP ADDRESS>
netmask <IP MASK>
gateway <ROUTER IP ADDRESS>
Installation Step – Part 3, DNS:
nameserver <ROUTER IP>
Installation Step – Part 4, finish off:
That’s it. Happy PI’ing.
ps: Get your own copy of SSH here!
Afrikaans Radio Stations:
Before I start, here is a copy/collection of 21 Afrikaans Radio Stations: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ye4peuoyie87kjv/Afrikaans%20Radio%20Stations.zip Extract to the WebRadio Directory. To access your WEBRADIO directory, all you have to do is open the IP Addess with your Windows Explorer, like this: \\<IP ADDRESS>
What is RaspyFi?
From the Website:
RaspyFi is a brand new Linux Distro made specifically for the Raspberry Pi. It aims to fully integrate Mpd into current debian realeases and to optimize it for Audiophile-quality music playback. The final result is aimed to resemble the notorius Voyage-mpd distro, but tweaked and optimized for the little arm computer. It will definitely turn it in a cheap and low-powered audiophile source.
This is quite a mouthful. Basically it is a (Headless) Media Player, giving you the ability to stream Online Radio, NAS (Shared) and local music using a very good looking website. I build additional hardware onto the PI to display songs playing, skipping forward/back and pushing volume up and down.
This is for quick and easy offline storage. You can then download at your own speed…
Sweet and Sour Chicken Recipe