[linux-audio-user] simple audio apps

Alexandre Prokoudine avp at altlinux.ru
Tue Mar 4 09:23:00 EST 2003

On Tue, 4 Mar 2003 13:43:05 +0100 (CET)
jdennett at science.uva.nl wrote:

> Hello,
> This is a question from someone who is interested in turning
> primarily speech recordings from a minidisk into mp3s, and editing
> them. In the editing I want do to simple things like fade, mix and
> cross fade, but nothing like set up wah-wah filters or what not:
> the recordings are interviews and some other "report-like" noises,
> and not music.
> My two questions are:
> (i) is there a simple record meter, so that when i get handed
> different MDs recorded in different ways, I can see what my mixer
> settings should be real time?
> (ii) i presently use audacity for my editor, am happy with it (bar
> its apparent inability to record mono mp3s at correct rate), but
> thought as i was posting, to ask for other suggestions (ie am i
> just happy in my ignorance :) )

Audacity is really good, if you mean 1.1x branch. 

But, oh god, I installed ReZound 0.7 yesterday... It has VU meters
for both recording and playing and an EQ analyser as well. 
Give it a try!


Alexandre Prokoudine
ALT Linux Documentation Team
JID: avp at altlinux.org

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