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I got the ccrma rpm's all working on both my laptop and desktop
workstations last week and now I've got all my latency issues worked
out. Turned out the laptop needed the acpi rpms, and the desktop needed to
lose the midiman audiophile card and go back to using my soundblaster live
card. Turned out that ice1792 based cards are super irq hungry, so I was
getting xruns on jack every couple of seconds with the audiophile, but
when I traded it out for my sb live, the xruns went away for the most part
(only once every twenty minutes or so). Anyone else have any better
results with the audiophile? From what I read on the alsa wiki it looks
like its just intrinisically irq hungry, but perhaps my windows using
buddy would be able to use it ok with asio?
On Mon, 30 Dec 2002, Brian Redfern wrote:
Sweep is pretty flexable
On Mon, 30 Dec 2002, Remco Poelstra wrote:
For a musical I've to remove the background choirs from a karaoke cd.
The CD sounds like it's MIDI, and it's some simple music. I hope I can
remove the choirs by overwriting them with other parts of the song that
have the same instrumental parts.
The problem is that I can't find a good editor to do so.
I need some multitrack capabilty, to lay all the different parts on
different tracks for easy editing.
I need some form of volume-envelope/automation for smooth fading of the
tracks (fade in/out plugins are not an option because I need to tweak
it and that's difficult with plugins that work on selections).
The obvious candidates like audacity and ardour don't work, because
audacity has no markers, so I can't find back the positions from where
I cut and ardour is too buggy to use.
I've looked at linuxsound.at for editors, but most are still too much
I hope someone here can give me a good hint on what editor can be used.
Perhaps I missed a feature in one editor that can help me? What editor
would you choose?
Thanks in advance,