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Linux helps stage musicians get the right mix

Apr 27, 2006 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — views

Glyph Technologies used Linux and key open source audio software packages to build a personal monitoring system aimed at letting musicians create their own monitor mixes from local and networked audio sources. The GPM-216 runs a real-time Slackware implementation, and uses Jack, Alsa, and LADSPA software.

Find out all about the GPM-216 personal monitor and its embedded hardware and software — and why Glyph chose Linux — in our complete device profile:

Device Profile: Glyph/MGI GPM-216 personal monitor

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