Frank Barknecht writes:
I agree, rezound could be the best linux audio editor but
unfortunately doesn't play so well with JACK (it causes many
xruns). Do you know if it's still developed? Once fixed the JACK
problems, could be my editor of choice.
Also sweep is a good editor (need to recompile the debian version to
use it with JACK through alsa's jack plugin) and does
update the selection while looped.
Fo trivial editing tasks and some simple recording I use mhwaveedit
which in my experience is the one that integrates better (and
natively) with JACK. Has painful LADSPA integration, though: like a
long list of unsorted plugins...
I don't use snd much but I see it has a lot of potential (snd-ls comes
to mind) - it also give me sporadic xruns, but not as much as rezound.
> Oh, and personally I'm not very fond of Audacity, too. I don't know why it's so
I don't like audacity very much either. Its popularity comes maybe
from the fact of being croos platform, and relatively simple to use
(simpler than snd at least ;) Its multitrack facilities make it an
ideal tool for podcasters, too.
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