[linux-audio-user] How to set up my linux box to record an album

Livio liviotrivellizzi at virgilio.it
Sun Jan 25 14:53:15 EST 2004

Il dom, 2004-01-25 alle 18:47, Guy Daniel CLOTILDE ha scritto:
> Hi
> Livio wrote / a écrit:
> > I would like to set up my pc to record a cd of a band.
> > I would like to rec single instrument at time and also all the band at
> > the same time.
> > What software i've to use?!
> you can try, among others, audacity for recording and editing (really easy interface), gnome-toaster ou xcdroast for burning the cd. You'd enjoy a well tuned kernel for no-latency recording ( example: RedHat + Planet CCRMA packages)
> > What hardware i need?!
> a mixing table, although I'm not sure to understand how exactly you want to record.
> GuyCLO~
Audacity is quit good, i've tested it, but with this software I can
record only an instrument at time.
Assuming that i'm going to record one instrument at time (guitar, bass,
and so on) what i can do with the drum?! I need more channel to record
decently a drum. And assuming that i've got a mixerteble (i think it's a
"mixer" the one wich is used also during the concerts, sorry for my poor
english) to record the drum how can i later mix all the trucks?!
I need something like ardour.
I think i'm right, am i?

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