[linux-audio-user] Acid type program

Greg gkjoyce at gmail.com
Wed Jan 25 23:53:32 EST 2006

having used both (audacity about 3 years more recently than acid),
right now, audacity can't really touch acid by some distance.  Yes, it
pitch / time only transforms.  But in my experience, at least in the
Windows version of Audacity, it cant' even loop-play small ( < 1
second) samples accurately (useful when you're trying cut from a
larger block of audio).    Audacity also doesn't have any of the
arrangement stuff that acid has.
check out the thread titled "Acid-Gigasampler-Vegas-Audio Mastering"
on this list

On 1/25/06, Carotinho <carotinobg at yahoo.it> wrote:
> Hi!
> Alle 03:23, mercoledì 25 gennaio 2006, Vaughan Famularo ha scritto:
> > Hi fellow groovers!!
> >
> > I am wondering if there is an Acid type of program designed to operate
> > in Linux. That is, a program that can change the tempo of a looped
> > sample but not the pitch. Of all the programs that are worth their
> > weight in gold, I find that Acid is one of them. Thanks for any help in
> > this area
> Audacity (audacity.sourceforge.net) can do this. There are options to change
> the pit but not the tempo, and viceversa.
> Byez
> Carotinho
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