Am 08.02.2011 17:33, schrieb david:
New Project -> add stereo-track -> arm it for recording -> klick the red
record-button in the upper left play-control.
Here is another little trick that may be helpfull for beginners:
SHIFT+E pops up the Mixer-channel of the active track. Klick around in
it to solve most of the problems and answer most of the questions that
may arise for a beginner in Ardour. Such as from top to bottom:
- where is my sound-card input signal going to?
- where are these plug-ins and how and where can I insert them?
Do not get me wrong: Ardour IS in fact not the most simple of the
beasts. But the comparably little effort to get it under controll brings
a lot of benefits that are must haves for serious audio-work. The most
prominent are realtime-mix/FX and automation.
What good is a simple interface if it does not give you the possibility
to set the parameters of an EQ *while* you hear, what you do.
As I switched from Windows 98 and Samplitude to Linux 2.4 I tried all
audio-editors available for Suse 7.3 and the only one that I found to be
worthwhile was SND. Shortly after that I heared word from Ardour that
was a legend that time. Only installable by wizards that know how to
compile komplex software from source and only runable with the magickal
jack, who needed an even more magical rt-kernel.
I worked for months until I had this Ardour-thing running and from that
very point I knew, that I would never again install a dual-boot system.
> No insult to Ardour, I'm no audio techno whiz. I figured I'd wait til
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