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Software News   Software News : Audio Evolution for AROS
   posted by nikosidis on 21-May-2010 17:08:23 (3274 reads)
Davy Wentzler the author of Audio Evolution have agreed to do Audio Evolution v.4 for AROS if he get 45 preorders.
We already got 14 preorders so 31 is left.

Look here for more info

http://sites.google.com/site/arosaspireone/audio-evolution-bounty
    

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nikosidis 
Re: Audio Evolution for AROS
Posted on 21-May-2010 23:44:02
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we got 15 preorders now, so 30 left :)

Even if you are not into Audio recording or editing, this is a great way to show your support to one of the best remaining Amiga and amigalike developers.

It is also a great way to support AROS. This program will for sure open doors for AROS.

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Pleng 
Re: Audio Evolution for AROS
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Will this be x86 only? Or will AROS ARM/PPC be included?

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>Even if you are not into Audio recording or editing, this is a great way to show your >support to one of the best remaining Amiga and amigalike developers.

>It is also a great way to support AROS. This program will for sure open doors for >AROS.

I dont like such words and tell people to help support the amiga even if they are not intrestet on Audio recording, because when i look on Audio evolution 4, there can see, the V4 Version is since long time not furtherdevelop much.It was great software in 1999.But now in 2010 there are much more ahead software here for lots smaller price

So the new Audioeveolution V5 Version is win and Mac only and i cant see possible support in any way any Amiga system.

So i dont see how suport Audioevolution 4 can help to bring to any amiga system Audioevolution 5.

http://www.audio-evolution.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=6&Itemid=6&5270a9fa66461e4d52ae3e6341edaf4e=703ff03de43ae5779e570b22c30ae054

This i say in general for all software what Problem i see, when pay money that on another system nobody pay.

And i mean NOT Audio Evolution

I dont think it help that the amiga market grow when there is pay much more money in software that you can get for other systems better or for free.

This is only a magnet that unqualified developers appear, which cant get on other systems money for their closed source software and the quality and the features are low.

because its easy to write a software that work a little in some more or less way.
But its hard and cost much time to write a software that run stable, have no memoryloss, is good maintet and get new features.

and its also not nice to see for qualified developers when they see that people pay lots money for incomplete instable software, on other systems nobody pay a cent.

so the quality of the software on AOS get more and more worse and behind.
i think its impossible to attract more users, and i think also sooner or later the biggest Fans loose fun sooner or later, when the software often crash, Bugs are fixed only slow.

everybody who sell something is happy when he can get for less work much money.
And when he can do that, i dont think that he want do a better produkt, when he get enough money.

So i see the way to pay much more money as on other platforms the way to make out of Amiga a system that is the most expensive and system with most buggy and feature less software.

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elwood 
Re: Audio Evolution for AROS
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What??? How can this be possible? AE needs wxwidgets. I don't see how it can be available for AROS.


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Re: Audio Evolution for AROS
Posted on 22-May-2010 13:19:06
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@pleng

x86 only.


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@elwood

Don't worry, this is about AE4, not 5!


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nikosidis 
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bernd_afa: you might not know, but we have no program to do either recording or editing on AROS.
Audio Evolution does many things as good as any program from 2010. If you are singer, guitarplayer like me, it's a very nice and simple way to do your multitrack recordings with basic editing. There is even some nice effects like chorus, flanger, delay etc. that comes with AE v.4

Yes, there are free alternatives on Linux that are much more advanced, but this is AROS.

This is a way to show what AROS can do. Not what Linux, windows or mac can do. That is not interesting.

On top of that. AROS boots in 10 sec.. that is very attractive when you want to do some simple recording of an idea etc. AROS is a perfect OS doing multitrack recordings. Audio Evolution is a great program, that do what must want, in a simple and understandable way.
Not bloted like Q-base.

Nobody is forceing anyone to buy this. Is it not allowed with some advertising.

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bernd_afa 
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>bernd_afa: you might not know, but we have no program to do either recording or >editing on AROS.

Yes i know, currently is none possible, there is only hd-rec but for 68k and amiblitz

http://www.hd-rec.de/HD-Rec/index.php?site=home

its opensource,

https://sourceforge.net/projects/hd-rec/

it can run in janus UAE can use midi and audio but not work good because Janus UAE have no 16 bit or higher ahi fullduplex record or playback audio/midi support as winuae.

its fast even it run not native, you can test the effect benches.

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hd rec is a superb piece of software, despite it is internally 32bit, not float like cubase i get crisp multi track guitar recordings using my olde trusty a4k with a soundblaster picked up from trash. i dont know what is wrong but i never achieved this sort of sound clarity and always had to sacrifice dynamics while mixing on any computer i set my copy of cubase up. might have to do with too complex settings, might be some clever algorythms, dunno, whatever. paradoxically since then my a4k became my harddisc recoreder system of choice. now feel free to point and laugh atme.

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@DaveAE

Oh yes, I forgot which version number was the last. Silly me


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@all

This is a great project for Aros and hence why I have wanted it for ages since first discussing HDAudio with Davy even though I am not a musician. I will use it for editing audio for overlaying onto video for which it will be perfect. So if I can get BLENDER as well then Aros will be perfect for me.

Key point here though is that you will be able to run it on a cheap fully supported netbook, and launch within 10 seconds, record a bit and shut down instantly. Seems kind of useful to me.

And may suit mobile DJ's too.


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