[linux-audio-user] ebay guy: looks like he figured it out

Rob lau at kudla.org
Fri Dec 5 13:10:01 EST 2003

On Friday 05 December 2003 12:34, Daniel James wrote:
> Audacity is a trivial download. There's no benefit to having
> it on CD by itself. A value-added CD packed with royalty free

Back in my Windows days, I picked up Data Becker's MP3 editor for 
10 bucks at Staples and the CD contained something like a 3MB 
setup.exe that just installed an ~800K stand-alone executable 
and some shortcuts.  That sort of thing is actually pretty 
common in the "bargain bin" subcategory of retail Windows 
software, I think, and depends primarily on impulse buys.

Speaking of which, anyone know of any graphical mp3 editors (as 
in no reconversion except of changed frames) for Linux?  I've 
thought about trying to write one using PerlQt but that would be 
a bigger project than I have time for right now.  The Data 
Becker one runs mostly fine under Wine, IIRC, but I'd rather 
recommend a native solution to people.  I guess you should 
change the subject line if you know of one ;)


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