Re: [LAU] looking for command-line/scriptable mastering software

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To: Julien Claassen <julien@...>
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Date: Thursday, November 22, 2012 - 9:45 am

Julien Claassen wrote:

Thanks for the offer! I haven't gotten a chance to look more closely
at Nama, but am thinking more about what I want based on my existing

I like using makefiles because I can make small edits to code, and when
I run "make", it'll only rebuild the part of a project which changed.

To restate my original question:

For editing audio files, I'd like a workflow similar to how I
hack on C projects: I edit code and run "make". I edit more
code, and run "make" again... Each invocation of "make" only
builds the parts of the project that's changed in the past.

I also didn't realize this earlier: there is a lot of functionality
from SoX that have grown on me in the past few months which I've
grown very accustomed and dependent on :)

If I continue using SoX, I will definitely combine it with ecasound to
fill the gaps SoX has (e.g. LADSPA/LV2 support).
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Re: [LAU] looking for command-line/scriptable mastering soft..., Bob van der Poel, (Mon Nov 26, 12:49 am)
Re: [LAU] looking for command-line/scriptable mastering soft..., Eric Wong, (Thu Nov 22, 9:45 am)