Re: Sound recording in Debian Lenny
On Tuesday 18 January 2011 01:50:31 Joel Roth wrote:
> 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.
Thanks very much, Joel. I'll take a look. But you illustrate my main problem
very well. In this context, what are transport and special effects?? Well,
I could possibly guess what special effects are, but "transport"???
I simply don't know enough about recording to be able to use and/or understand
anything beyond start, stop, fast forward, rewind, record and save. And it
would be nice to be able to see whether or not anything is being recorded!