[linux-audio-user] wav editor that does not require alsa
miriam clinton (iriXx)
m at iriXx.org
Mon May 3 08:53:06 EDT 2004
without a doubt its the best, and strongest application for wave
editing, with support for VST plugins via the vst import device (sorry
guys, forgotten what it's called, hmm it might be Alsa only but there
are plenty of good OSS-based effects too). i still use Audacity despite
having the option of using Alsa - its also lightweight, and does a nice
job of mixing, recording and editing. can't reccomend it highly enough.
Mikhail Ramendik wrote:
>I would like to do some simple WAV editing. Actually, minimum
>pre-mastering of an audio CD: normalizing, cutting out pieces, dividing
>into tracks, altering volume in some places.
>My problem is, at this point alsa drivers are not working for me. And in
>itself this is not a problem. The audio source is not the sound card, so
>I don't do realtime audio capture. And as I only want simple editing, I
>don't care about playback latency.
>Which WAV editor should I use? I'd like it to be able to work with OSS
>(perhaps via jack-oss?).
>Yours, Mikhail Ramendik
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