[linux-audio-user] Cooledit substitutes?
dave at pawfal.org
Mon Dec 15 11:57:26 EST 2003
I've had problems with PortAudio-19 in my own code seperately from Audacity,
I'll try to get a bug report to the portaudio people, but I couldn't get it to
connect to the server (and it seemed to break OSS compatibility too).
On Mon, 15 Dec 2003 19:34:42 +0300, Andrew Gaydenko wrote
> Do these words - "Audacity seems to work well..." - mean, there are
> successful stories in using Audacity with jack server? I have tried both
> (Audacity-1.2 and PortAudio-19) from CVS, replacing PortAudio lib
> while building Audacity, without any success.
> ======= On Mon December 15 2003 17:26, John Bleichert wrote: =======
> On Sat, 13 Dec 2003, Larry Troxler wrote:
> > Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] Cooledit substitutes?
> > Inspired by this thread, I did a quick lookup of Audacity,
> > and it appears that there is no Jack support.
> > Anyone? Is this right?
> > I realize that the developer seems to be working in a Microsoft environment
> > - hence Jack support isnt' a big priority. However, I suppose we should be
> > thankfull that this thing runs in Linux at all - I don't remember off-hand
> > what GUI Audacity uses, but I'm thankfull at least that portability to
> > Linux was kept in mind.
> > Nevertheless - until it has Jack support I'm not going to bother with it.
> > Sorry.
> > Larry
> Actually, I think it's being actively developed on OSX and Linux
> with a Windows port, but I could be wrong. Audacity seems to work
> well of you follow the Wiki build instructions to get it to build
> with Portaudio and to use Jack.
> I've only just gotten my studio back together and hope to start
> beating on it soon. In any event, the OSS emulation layer in ALSA
> works pretty well with Audacity, not much lag when capturing all 4
> channels from my Delta44. Perhaps you should give it a shot?
> // John Bleichert
> // syborg at earthlink.net
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