[TriLUG] Looking for help with presentation
c.crider at gmail.com
Thu Jul 14 16:11:11 EDT 2005
I use audacity quite a bit. It comes in handy for creating/editing
podcasts. And I use it when I capture live audio with a handheld
recorder. This is a free tool, made for Win / Lin / MAC
and the learning curve is quite shallow.
I also have a dedicated PC that runs DeMuDi. This is a Debian-based
"distro" that uses a low-latency kernel. You'll hear references to
JACK audio, and this is critical when doing multi-track editing. One
tool that I suggest checking out is Ardour. This is what I use to edit
multi-track work with bands, and solo music projects as well.
Here's a small list to start with:
LADSPA plug-ins by Steve Harris
Linux audio links
On 7/14/05, Randall Barlow <rpbarlow at ncsu.edu> wrote:
> Carl, I'm interested to know if there are any open sourced multi-track
> recording and editing programs. I used to do a lot of recording, and
> used Cool Edit in [shudder] Windows. I like Cool Edit a lot, but open
> source would be awesome. Know of anything?
> Carl Crider wrote:
> >Hello all,
> >I am looking for people interested in doing a presentation during the
> >Troika Music Festival www.troikamusicfestival.org being held next
> >The presentation idea is: "Building a Digital Audio Workstation with Linux"
> >The presentation should consider this DAW being built on store-bought
> >hardware, we arent
> >trying to build a pro level studio. Just something to record into,
> >edit tracks, etc.
> >It should include tools for creating podcasts as well.
> >I want people to understand that they can do this without been forced
> >to buy a MAC [not that MAC is bad, just more expensive], or having to
> >use [shudder] Windows.
> >I want the local Linux group involved as much as possible.
> >Anyone interested in working on this project, or if you have
> >questions, please contact me.
> >Thank you,
> >Carl Crider
> >c.crider at gmail.com
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