[TriLUG] Sound recording/editing/archiving - where to start?
William W. Ward
Tue, 30 Jul 2002 15:21:39 -0400
MARS music carries various "audio-pro" grade cards, might want to see if
they're reasonably priced before making a final selection. These cards also
offer enhanced resolution (24-bit/96khz) and SPDIF by default. Heck, why
not find out if there's a Linux solution that will allow you to produce
Super Audio CDs or DVD Audio? :) May as well shoot for the moon on paper.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lisa C. Boyd" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "TriLUG" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2002 3:02 PM
Subject: Re: [TriLUG] Sound recording/editing/archiving - where to start?
> Thanks Bill and Jeremy for the additional info.
> I will be finding a computer to tie into everything, so I may invest in
> a higher end sound card. It doesn't have to be high professional quality
> but I don't need hissing and popping distracting people from what they
> are trying to listen to either ;)
> I'll keep this info and continue my research. I really need to get the
> specs of the equipment that we have and figure out the best way to get
> the output from the sound board into the computer. I believe we have a
> multi-track digital recorder (if that's what I'm thinking of). We have
> some nice equipment - I just need to learn more about it as I've just
> been pulled into this project to help with the computer end.
> Jeremy: I think they buy pre-formatted cds especially for burning music
> due to the equipment they are using (which is not a computer). They told
> me that these special music cds are more expensive (as much as $.50 more
> each). So they'd like to be able to store everything on a hard drive -
> and pull off what's requested and burn to a regular cd.
> Thanks again for the info!!
> Lisa B.
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