Need a fix for my Cubase situation, so that i may switch to Linux and Ardour.
Hi everyone, I really want to make a transition from Windows and Cubase over to Linux and Ardour.
At the moment, i use a program called 'Midi Mousekeyboard' alongside Cubase using another utility linking the two together. The software allows me to play midi information directly into cubase using my PC keyboard. I then use a set of vst instruments such as synths and drums, controlled by the midi data, to create my desired sound.
Finally i bounce the output sound to a separate track using a vst plug-in called 'tapeit'
I want to know if there is a work around that will allow me to continue using this in Linux.
I have been trying to work out a way, of maybe using wine, fst, rosegarden and ardour all together, to somehow to create a linked system. I'm just worried that all these programs will create a terrible slow down.
I would love to hear if anybody is using something similar. As i really want to switch to Linux, this is the only thing holding me back.