Re: [LAU] Moving Audacity project to Ardour

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Date: Tuesday, February 23, 2010 - 2:37 am

It would probably work best to export the audio tracks to broadcast
waves or as whole stem waves. That way everything is at the correct
timing when imported into Ardour(or any other DAW for that matter).

I actually just did this with a project we recorded, and had everything
bounced down to whole stems. All the audio tracks start at 0.

I have a question on a related topic. My tracks were recorded at 88.2
sample rate. When I imported them to Ardour, it converted them for me.
Should I dither because of this conversion?

-B

On 2/22/10 7:17 PM, Paul Davis wrote:

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[LAU] Moving Audacity project to Ardour, Leigh Dyer, (Tue Feb 23, 12:18 am)
Re: [LAU] Moving Audacity project to Ardour, Paul Davis, (Tue Feb 23, 1:17 am)
Re: [LAU] Moving Audacity project to Ardour, Leigh Dyer, (Tue Feb 23, 3:06 am)
Re: [LAU] Moving Audacity project to Ardour, Brian Bergstrom, (Tue Feb 23, 2:37 am)
Re: [LAU] Moving Audacity project to Ardour, Erik de Castro Lopo, (Tue Feb 23, 3:55 am)
Re: [LAU] Moving Audacity project to Ardour, Brian Bergstrom, (Tue Feb 23, 9:57 pm)