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Editing audio on Linux

Discussion in 'Useful resources' started by luissarro, Nov 8, 2012.

  1. luissarro

    luissarro New Member

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    I'm considering abandoning my Windows XP and migrating to Ubuntu, but I'm afraid I won't find a good program for editing my recordings. I use Wave Editor, from Nero Burning Rom. I have already tried Audacity on Windows and Linux, with NO SUCCESS (the quality of the generated audio was pretty bad, and the interface is quite unpractical).

    Any tips?

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    Audacity has been through a number of versions. How long is it since you tried it? It might be worth checking out a newer version. I use it on Ubuntu (version 1.3.13 at the moment, but I ought to upgrade now that 2.0.2 is out), and it's a little irritating sometimes but not too bad.
     
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    hi, Alexander!

    I found Ardour too difficult t use, so I tried Audacity again and it worked great! I learned hot to zoom in in vertical, which is what annoyed me in the past. I also got a pre set Gverb setting on in internet, so now it's much better!
     

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