[linux-audio-user] Software suitable for children

Vince Werber ka1iic at prexar.com
Sat Dec 9 13:26:20 EST 2006

Yes Audacity would be a excellent program and if the 'features' end looks 
a bit scary you could opt out for one of the earlier versions of that same 

Don't worry about the children handling it... their minds are nomt clouded 
with so called 'adult logic' and what makes sense for then is so often the 
correct way to go :-) Kids are amazing that way...

have a good day and a better tomorrow!

ka1iic at prexar.com

> Bengt Gördén wrote:
>> Hi,
>> One of my colleges asked me about Linux audio software suitable for 
>> children. I must admit that I never thought of that. Although I have 
>> children of my own. My children play with our small studio and if theres a 
>> problem I'm there anyway. But my college needs software that is more geared 
>> towards ease of use and in his case towards children (not that fluent in 
>> English) in the age of 6-7 years. So if you have any suggestion it would be 
>> appreciated. 
>> regards,
>> /bengan
> Audacity is pretty to look at but might have too many features. Who knows 
> with kids these days though.
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