[linux-audio-user] Cooledit substitutes?

Jan Depner eviltwin69 at cableone.net
Sat Dec 13 08:56:00 EST 2003

If you want to use Ardour I have some destructions on setting it up -
http://myweb.cableone.net/eviltwin69/ALSA_JACK_ARDOUR.html.  They're a
bit dated but may be helpful.  Also, if you're running Red Hat, do a
search for Planet CCRMA (I can't remember the URL at the moment).  Once
you get that working you can try mastering with JAMin ;-)  A word of
warning - getting low latency and a professional setup working is not
for the faint of heart.  None of this is "push the button and it
installs" kind of stuff.


On Sat, 2003-12-13 at 05:22, Steve Harris wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 12, 2003 at 10:18:40PM -0800, r7 wrote:
> > Someone suggested Sweep in the archives. Is there
> > anything else anyone would suggest to minimise the
> > transition pain? 
> Sweep is unlikly to deal with that well - it holds all the audio data in
> RAM.  Audacity is probably closest to cooledit. If its missing features
> you could try asking the developers - if could be that there working on
> exactly the things you need.
> You could go all-out and use ardour, which is more like protools than
> cooledit, but will handle your arrangement needs well - if you can handle
> the UI transition. http://ardour.sourceforge.net/
> - Steve

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