[linux-audio-user] Splitting while recording

Arnold Krille arnold at roederberg.dyndns.org
Sun Mar 20 17:43:58 EST 2005

On Sunday 20 March 2005 11:46, Frank Barknecht wrote:
> Dubphil hat gesagt: // Dubphil wrote:
> > Yesterday was my very first experience in live recording under Linux.
> > Everything was fine during the record :
> > I was just using this audio chain :
> > Basicaly, with the help of jackd
> > I run TerminatorX connected to Ecasound
> > Ecasound is connected to AMS
> > AMS is connected to MuSE where I do the recording.
> I just wonder: Why don't you record in ecasound? I'd say, running MuSE
> just for recording could be a bit overkill. And ecasound is a really
> useful and stable recording software and also very configurable.

Same question, another answer:

I found timemachine very good for live recording. As you are using muse only 
for recording, you could replace it by a smaller client. And timemachine is 
the basic recording machine with the most simple GUI you might ever have seen 
for this purpose.
Of course it has a vu-meter, which even is exact. And if you use the standard 
w64-files there is no 2GB limit of the filesize. I did successful recordings 
of 2-3 hours...


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