RE: S: Sound editor
Well, if you are comfortable with command line programs there is always
sox and snd and friends. I don't think there are any good graphical
sound editors for linux.
But don't underestimate the command line ones, they're really not bad,
but don't expect SoundForge or something.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: csj [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2001 3:28 PM
> To: Debian User
> Subject: Re: S: Sound editor
> On Tuesday 20 November 2001 02:53, Markus Grunwald wrote:
> > Hello !
> > Since there now is a "multimedia"-Debian distri, I start getting
> > again: is there SOME reasonable sound editor for Linux ? I am
> > searching since my Linux start (2.0.??) for something as powerful as
> > Cool Edit but everything I get is MixViews which is just horrible to
> > use :(
> > Can you point me to something ?
> > Thanks !
> If all you want is a window that displays seismic vibrations, you can
> try glame. It's reasonable up to the point you start using some of the
> filters. I don't really know how good it is because I use it mainly to
> cut and paste tracks. It makes use of its own swapspace, so be sure
> your HD has lots of free MB's.
> Sir Isaac Newton:
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