Audcity and jack
V Gabriele De Palo
vgdepalo at tele2.it
Sun Jan 11 17:18:29 GMT 2009
Simon Lowen ha scritto:
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> I am quite willing to use Ardour instead of Audacity.
>Pietro Bergamo wrote:
>>Em Sáb, 2009-01-10 às 11:37 +0100, Simon Lowen escreveu:
>>>I would like to run 2 inputs (channels 1 and 2) into Audacity and record
>>>the input. Input is phono.
>>>I have not installed jack, because I do not know if I require this.
>>In my experience, Audacity and Jack never went well along with each
>>other. Also, recording with Audacity has been quite troublesome. I get
>>lots of xruns.
>>For recording, I'd recommend installing Jack and Ardour. I find it way
>>easier to configure inputs and record with them.
>>Audacity is nice for light editing. Its less cpu consuming and very easy
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>No legitimate reason to know, no legitimate reason to ask.
>In the beginning, things were simple. That's arguably because people
>were far more stupid, but let's not split hairs.
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io non sono tanto "bravo" ma sia che tu utilizzi Ardour o Audacity è
sembre meglio avviare prima jack, senza x-runs.
Io riesco a registrare anche più di 2 canali con Audacity, ma questo
dipende dal mio hardware che comunque gestisco con jack.
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