Ardour vs. Audacity?
darrin.goodman at gmail.com
Fri Jan 4 15:13:38 GMT 2008
Nice! Thank you all for your input. It's evident to me that I just
need to spend some time learning to use Ardour. It sounds like a
great tool for multi-track recording.
On Jan 4, 2008 7:28 AM, Christopher Stamper
<christopherstamper at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ardour is definitely the best. Rosegarden is for notation and MIDI, NOT
> audio. So it won't help at all. (unless you wanted to record MIDI and not
> Audacity is more for the beginners, who don't really care about multiple
> tracks, quality or control. It may have a couple nice features, but overall,
> it is not the best.
> Just spend a few hours playing around with Ardour, it's really not that hard
> to use once you understand it. And it is well worth the effort!
> On Jan 4, 2008 12:27 AM, Mark Stuart Burge < mark at msbrepairs.com> wrote:
> > I would definitely recommend ardour if you want to record multi track
> > and have any level of control.
> > Audacity is great for single track recording and chopping the results
> > up, filtering etc and then exporting, but when it comes to recording
> > multiple parts, lining them up, mixing down, automating fades, pan and
> > inserts then ardour makes it all easy.
> > The learning curve is not that huge if that is all you need to do. It
> > just takes a little getting used to.
> > Ardour I think is heading in the direction of midi compatibility also,
> > which will be great if they do get there, as it will save having to
> > learn yet another application just for the the times when you need to
> > use synths etc.
> > Also, ardour is likely to be around for a long time, so it is worth
> > your investment (in time and effort as well as hopefully financially to
> > support the developers)
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