On 02/07/2011 04:40 PM, Mike Cookson wrote:
real-time effects processing and non-destructive editing often go hand
in hand, but note that
"non-destructive" means that the original [audio] data will never be
modified. Any edit/effect/modifications are saved as new files (or
remebered as application-settings operating on the original data).
audio-editors (rezound, audacity, sweep, etc) are usually destructive:
load file, apply effect, save file -> original file is gone.
DAWs (ardour, qtractor, ecasound,..) are non-destructive:
reference file, apply effect or modifications to data
but to save the resulting audio, you need to bounce the track or export
> It would be better for you to begin with special distros, where all
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