[PD] (OT) audio (but not only) software in ubuntu maverick
derek at umatic.nl
Sat Jan 8 12:57:14 CET 2011
The best FLOSS soundfile editor I found was Rezound, however it has not
been active since 2007 so I don't know how up to date it is anymore. One
huge problem was that its JACK support was/is crap.
If you are one of those scripty kinds of kids, then you could check out snd:
Of course the Ardour/Jamin package for multitracking and mastering is
And two fun toys to play with:
http://www.essej.net/sooperlooper/ (live looping)
http://freqtweak.sourceforge.net/ (spectral delay)
On 1/8/11 12:25 PM, João Pais wrote:
> I'm trying once more ubuntu on my thinkpad laptop, this time maverick. So
> far things are going well, pdext+jack+ardour (from source) are working,
> and the system didn't break down after some days of setup+work (which is
> more than last time).
> As I'm not up to date on ubuntu, I wanted to ask about suggestions for
> audio software suited for quality work. I would be looking for a sound
> editor, ladspa/lv2 effects (specially good EQs), etc. etc.
> Also any other sugestions for small aplications that make life easier
> (e.g. extra menus, file management, mp3/ogg players/converters, ...) are
> If anyone also uses a thinkpad and has a way of seting up the trackpoint,
> I would be interested to know.
> João Pais
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