[ardour-users] Re: external editor
marukas at hardcore.lt
Sun Sep 25 09:15:16 PDT 2005
There are normal things to do with external editors - create fade outs and
fade ins, remove scratches from records, denoise, edit samples for use in
samplers, create sound effects (like reverse the sound), etc. Sound editors
are REALLY necessary in recording.
I have M-Audio Audiophile 2496 soundcard.
Can I run both jack and alsa (oro ss) apps at the same time?
Can I use dmix-plugin with jack?
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Subject: [ardour-users] Re: external editor
On 9/25/05, Marukqs <marukas at hardcore.lt> wrote:
> Which editor can I use to edit the sound - it seems that audacity does not
> work with jack?
I don't know which editor does work with jack (1), but the ones widely
used are: rezound, sweep, audacity, snd. Search freshmeat or google
> How can I do final touches to my exported .wav without stopping the Jack??
Hmm, the normal (ardour-) way is this: Finalize the mix in ardour,
plug jamin as insert into the master-channel and export the session to
wavefile. Unless you want to do really weird things, that is all you
need to do to create a song or a full mastered cd... (2)
(1) I have a sblive on my "production" pc which has the advantage of
up to 32 (64?) apps beeing able to open the sounddevice the same time,
so no struggle with "can't open sounddevice because another app is
using it". The same applies if you setup ALSA to you the dmix-plugin
(2) Yeah, that also depends on your working-style, the way you use
ardour and the kind of music you make.
Wenn man mit Raubkopien Bands wie Brosis oder Britney Spears wirklich
verhindern könnte, würde ich mir noch heute einen Stapel Brenner und
einen Sack Rohlinge kaufen.
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