[Linux4christians] Audio Recording Distro
THORPB at uk.ibm.com
Fri Jan 21 03:47:08 EST 2005
It might also be worth checking out Dyne:bolic, which is a distribution
designed specifically for multimedia.
Disclaimer: the distro is written by a Rastifarian, which may put some
linux4christians-bounces at thelinuxlink.net wrote on 21/01/2005 07:15:19:
> I don't have any warnings other than making sure that you use a quality
> sound card and make sure you put the computer in line with the already
> processed output. For some reason, and I hate to admit it, but it is
> IMHO, I have not found any quality sound apps for linux, I still
> consistently use windows for all of my editing needs and pre-processing
> post production. But as far as just a capture source and maybe you will
> know more, that way I will learn too :). I don't know of any
> cooledit/audition equivalents/work alikes for linux. What I do is use
> the linux system for capturing the audio, then I save it to a useable
> format like .wav and then burn it to cd and or transfer it to a windows
> system with my audio software and finish it. I then transfer the
> finished audio back for duplicating CDs and or Tapes and even encoding
> it to .mp3 or .ogg. Hope I have helped a little?
> In His Service,
> Eddie Appel
> On Thu, 2005-01-20 at 19:21 +0000, Davy Mitchell wrote:
> > Hi Folks,
> > I am looking for a distro to put on a PC that is intended to record
> > our Sunday services.
> > I was considering DSL or Vector and using Audacity to record from the
> > Churches sound system.
> > Any suggestions / warnings ?
> > Thanks,
> > Davy Mitchell
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