[Cbsupport] Re: Is 'free' Audacity software any good?
rohanmalhotra86 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 24 09:16:10 UTC 2007
i too can attest the quality of audacity. i've used audacity in a film
production capacity and have had much experience with proprietary
wave-editors; whilst i dont think visually, it is as appealing or perhaps
straight forward as its commercial counterparts, it has most of the same
funcitonality nonetheless. if ur interested in music software on linux, i
personally know of a few apps, namely: rosegarden, ardour (both
sequencers/multitrackers) and hydrogen (drummachine).
anyways check these linx out they should sort u out:
massive collection of links to linux music apps.
oh yeah one more thing, for the most part its all free and OSS!
On 11/1/06, Hiddensoul (Mark Clohesy) <hiddensoul at twistedsouls.com> wrote:
> Quick Hi to all as well, Hows things at CBV ? All going well from the look
> of the CBV site and the list's.
> Anyway on to the question,
> I have also used Audacity to create recordings with multiple tracks etc
> and it seemed up to the task and didnt really have a steep learning curve
> (If you already understand the concept of multi-track recording,) and gave
> some very polished results.
> As to the software being free it is, and there are many projects out there
> just like the bulk of the linux software around is free.
> I hope that you find the program useful and that it is what you need.
> Cara Rosehope wrote:
> >Hi Kylie, Hi Computer Bank,
> > There is a Sound Editing Software system, Audacity:.....
> > Does anybody have any experience of it?
> > How can I tell if my hardware is up to it, and the software REALLY free?
> > seems too good to be true.
> Mark Clohesy
> hiddensoul at twistedsouls.com
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