[linux-audio-user] Software for cutting interviews

Dave Phillips dlphilp at bright.net
Wed Mar 12 12:46:01 EST 2003

Hi Ralf:

  You might want to look at Sweep, it allows non-contiguous editing that
could save you a lot of time and effort. Audacity, Snd, and ReZound are
also good choices, but try Sweep first.

Best regards,

== Dave Phillips

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Ralf Haller wrote:
> Hi there,
> I am running a radio show on a local radio station where I am
> broadcasting interviews. For cutting these interview I am looking for
> some software to get this task done under LINUX.
> In the past I used a tool called ddclip under Windows, but I completely
> switched over to LINUX. What I need now is a software to cut the
> interview in pieces, remove unwanted stuff and put it all together
> again. Some DSP effects would be nice to.
> I tried to get ardour to work, but didn't succeed yet.
> Is there any other LINUX software around?
> Thanks for your Help,
> r at l.f

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