This is a discussion on Re: [News] iPod's usefulness extended by Linux powered DJ console - Linux ; ____/ [H]omer on Saturday 27 October 2007 03:41 : \____ > Numark is shipping the iDJ2, a Linux-based DJ mixing console built > around the Apple iPod: > > .---- > | Rob Voisey, director of engineering for the Numark ...
____/ [H]omer on Saturday 27 October 2007 03:41 : \____
> Numark is shipping the iDJ2, a Linux-based DJ mixing console built
> around the Apple iPod:
> | Rob Voisey, director of engineering for the Numark iDJ2 development
> | team in Cambridge, U.K., told LinuxDevices that the company "chose
> | Linux for its powerful real-time threading model, comprehensive
> | driver support, access to source code, and wide availability of
> | expertise." He also commented that his team "includes many of the
> | pioneers of embedded Linux for audio applications."
CNET showed another one last week...
Portable Linux rave machine
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| If your old iPod is gathering dust, why not use pdPod to turn it into a drum
| machine or a synthesizer? Â*
Maybe these DRM tins can be put to good use _after all_
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