On Sat, September 25, 2010 5:22 pm, email@example.com wrote:
I think this gets to the core of why there are so few "mastering" tools
for Linux. In general we already have the tools required to achieve the
goals of high quality audio.
Jamin is more of an exercise in pulling together a specific workflow that
some people have found works for them in their business requirements.
As a tool for people who just want to get something out the door and
minimise the effort required to create truely high quality audio it is
useful. For the purists there is probably no tool that can make pure audio
captured at 48khz sound better than a simple eq and a good amp/speaker
One thing I have noticed about the music that is produced by Linux
Musicians is that the majority of it is not radio friendly. Most of it is
not even attempting to be radio friendly. I think that says more about the
people producing than the tools they are using.
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