allornothin.tommy at gmail.com
Wed Dec 9 18:53:49 GMT 2009
You could mix in Ardour and then route Ardour to Jammin for mastering. I
think Jammin is a wonderful mastering suite.
On Wed, Dec 9, 2009 at 12:19 PM, Karlheinz Noise <khzmusik at hotmail.com>wrote:
> > You really should check-out Ardour. It can do all this and more and
> > despite the myths that are stalking the net it offers a friendly,
> > intuitive GUI to do all this as easy as possible for such a complicated
> > task.
> I'll try Ardour, but it might be a bit too complicated for this particular
> task. (I keep mixing and mastering completely separate.) Still, if it gets
> the job done...
> It would be nice if you could do this in Audacity, since it's pretty good
> for two-track editing. Oh, well. Time to file another feature request, I
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