[linux-audio-announce] ecawave development stopped

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Date: Sunday, January 19, 2003 - 2:49 pm

Ecawave will no longer be actively developed. The Linux audio application
scene has changed drastically since January of 2000 when the first version
of ecawave was released. Nowadays there are many FOSS (free and open
source software) audio file editors available for you to choose from. As
replacements to ecawave I recommend:

- Audacity
- GLAME
- GNUsound
- Sweep
- ... check the list at:
http://freshmeat.net/search/?q=audio%20file%20editor&section=projects

My thanks to all who have participated in ecawave
development!

--
http://www.eca.cx
Audio software for Linux!

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