[linux-audio-user] Newbie checks in

Matthew Allen matthew at lith.com
Tue May 11 11:55:12 EDT 2004

> -----Original Message-----
> From: linux-audio-user-bounces at music.columbia.edu [mailto:linux-audio-
> user-bounces at music.columbia.edu] On Behalf Of Dan Harper
> I haven't used Audacity much, but as far as I know, some differences
> are:
>  - Audacity is easier to use.

	For me Audacity is only good for editing samples/sound files.
Using it as the many HDR for your DAW is not an option (yet). Lack of
realtime effect sends, bussing, automation, etc. would make it difficult
for me to suggest to anyone to use audacity as the center piece to their
DAW. That being said, it's a great program for what it does (I use at
home (linux CCRMA) and at work (winXP) for sample tweaking and editing.

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