WNAMM09: Indamixx NetBook Linux Powered DAW

Linux based music production      23/01/09

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I'm really glad to have finally caught up with the Indamixx folks, after almost a year of trying to hook up we finally managed to meet at the show. Ron Stewart was on the Gem Sound stand showing off the Indamix portable music production system - which just won a Remix Technology Most Innovative New Product award for 2009. The system runs on a Linux powered, dual core netbook, with various applications including multitrack DAW, DJ software and a VST host. Well worth checking out. You can buy it for $499 from Amazon.com


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Gustavo    Said...

OMFG its way too cheap, I think that may be its hook. BTW how much ram did he said it has? I cant really understand very well.

24-Jan-09 01:29 PM


Gustavo    Said...

Wait, sorry thought it was laptop, but now I see why its so cheap, its cuz its a netbook

24-Jan-09 01:31 PM


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