Re: [solved] Re: Live recording
On Thu, 17 Aug 2017, at 01:37, Rodolfo Medina wrote:
> Thanks... But for my present needs, it seems that sox and audacity are
> sufficient: with sox I record tracks from multiple audio cards into
> files; then with Audacity I merge those tracks into one final file, and
> the possibility of adjusting at pleasure the balancing between left and
> channel for each track and also adjust the relative volumes. In my litte
> experiments, I don't note any minimum effect due to time drifting or so,
> which I read...
You do realise that merging files, adjusting balance etc are all
One reason I do that sort of thing with sox is that by keeping note of
commands I used to do each stage, I automatically document how I
manipulated a set of audio files. Documenting anything done via a GUI
in Audacity is a great deal more difficult.
It's worth documenting what you do so that if necessary you can exactly
repeat the process at a later date.
Jeremy Nicoll - my opinions are my own.