I found this http: Are all the links for the same thing? It might be worth a mention that I’ve also got an old nVidia card in the DELL as well but at the moment the soundcard is my concern, I can do away with the video card if I must. It is only going to be used for amateur music recordings, nothing serious; just me, my drum machine, guitar and a microphone. Please, any and all help will be well appreciated. I found this but I need confirmation that this is something safe.
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I just want the computer to work.
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So if it is possible that in the problem may have been solved; does this mean that all I have to do is install ubuntu and the OS will automatically do what ever it needs to do to make the card work?
For simple recording I would recommend Audacityor Ardour but it uses Jack Audio Server so it can be little bit harder to setup. Or, would I need to download and install something?
I’ve just found this but as I’m new to ubuntu I still do not understand everything and have net yet tried to install it. I wish to use this computer to record my guitar, drum machine and vocals; I really need to get it working.
Please, any and all help will be well appreciated. Please be patent with me I am a complete newb to ubuntu and have not even tried to install it yet. A while back I had the chance to play with a computer that had ubuntu on it and I liked it.
I do not know what I am doing and desperately want to fix up this computer. Are all the links for the same thing? If You only wanna to do simple recordings, You can use “normal” Ubuntu. I would love to be able to use ubuntu; but at this point I dont care if it is windows or ubuntu.
Hi, welcome to the fora. Your second link is regarding Windows drivers. I’ve not yet purchased any recording software and I’m looking forward to learning how to use many of the open source programs offered by the ubuntu software center. The computer has 2 gigs of ram, I think this should be plenty enough for a studio computer.
Does anyone have any other advice? I dont know what “configure Jack” means? sb0335
It might be worth a mention that I’ve also got an old nVidia card in the DELL as well but ceative the moment the soundcard is my concern, I can do away with the video card if I must. Your first link is from I found this but I need confirmation that this is something safe.
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Thanks for your help. The third one might come in handy in ‘worst case scenario’, but I don’t think that we will need it. Thank you, I will try those programs if I get this to work. It seems to indicate though we don’t know for sure until creativs that the problem was solved back then.
I found this http: I just found this, http: I really hope someone helps me because I am very lost. It is only going to be used for amateur music recordings, nothing serious; just me, my drum machine, guitar and a microphone.
If You want “proper” musician distro You can use UbuntuStudio in which You will have pre-configured Jack Audio Server audio server with minimal latencies, used by most pro-like audio software.
How much memory does it have? I do sincerely want ubuntu installed as the OS. This computer is an old one.