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Re: Sound recording in Debian Lenny

On Mon, Jan 17, 2011 at 11:27:11PM +0000, Lisi wrote:
> On Monday 17 January 2011 22:30:11 Celejar wrote:
> > > I have also had another look at Audacity, as suggested.  But there is
> > > just too much there that I simply don't understand.  However, I shall
> > > return to it if I get nowhere with gnome-media.

Audacity is generally easy to use, available on multiple
platforms, and is my first recommendation to people new to
audio processing.

> > You might also take a look at mhwaveedit.  Very simple, and not many
> > options, but it works well.

Depending on your needs, and if the GUI waveform display isn't so important
you may like to experiment with Nama. (Nama does have a simple
Tk UI for controlling transport, effects, etc. with more advanced 
features available at the command prompt.)

Nama is Debian packaged. That version behaves reasonably well.
You can also easily update to the latest/greatest version
from github.



Joel (Nama author)

Joel Roth

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