Well, its just a good thing that I took my acoustic guitar after all, my usb audio device went whacky on me and died in the middle of my set, but I wound up playing some of my whacky flamenco, and then did one handed tapping while rebooting.
Unfortunately sometimes drivers aren’t all they can be, I need to get a korg kaoss pad and plug my built in audio into that, because usb audio is too flaky under linux.
The advantage of using demudi debian linux is that I can take a crappy old piece of hardware and make it work in low latency to do stuff that usually requires expensive mac hardware.
I get the most mileage out of using Muse for sequencing, but Csound is king because its so easy to use non-western scales, since I can set things to raw frequency values. I’ve got tunes up on archive.org, just search for Krishna Hermes and my tracks will appear.
I use csound to create raw materials, but also have used Swami to create or edit sound fonts, which can then be loaded into Muse.