[ubuntu-uk] Linux in an Audio Environment
chris at resonancefm.com
Fri Jul 17 16:01:39 BST 2009
Do you get satisfactory performance from Audacity? It always seems to crash
at the critical moment!
Have been looking a Rezound but the last update was way back in 2008.
2009/7/17 Rob Beard <rob at esdelle.co.uk>
> Chris Weaver wrote:
> > Prompted by a comment by Rob Beard, I'd be interested to see if anyone
> > is running Ubuntu in a audio environment (work, hobbyist or whatever)
> > and more specific peoples experiences with it.
> > - Chris
> Nearest I got was running the open source Rivendell radio playout system
> on Ubuntu (7.10 I think) although I have been given the task of setting
> up a laptop for one of my clients so they can take it out on the road
> and record news stories to send back to the station. This machine will
> be running Ubuntu 9.04 with a 3G dongle and probably something like
> Audacity for basic editing. The audio will then be converted into Flac
> (or maybe high quality OGG to save space) and then sent to the station
> via SFTP where it will be converted back into linear WAV audio (although
> the news system they use does actually have native support for OGG and
> FLAC despite being a proprietary Windows application).
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