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Re: [vox] sound editor recommendation

I'm pretty good at getting things to build.  If you send me some 
details I may be able to help.

Also I'm thinking that a custom-compiled qt may do the trick with 


-- Rod

On Saturday 13 October 2001 02:46 am, William Kendrick wrote:
> I'm looking for a sound editor for Linux (to edit sampled audio; eg
> WAVEs) and nothing I've tried works:
>   Glame - Crashes on WAVE import
>   Wavesurfer - Tcl-based, requires tons of crap
>   DAP - Didn't seem to have any useful filters
>   KWave - Couldn't compile
>   Sweep - Buggy and no useful filters
>   Gnoise - Didn't seem to DO anything (like, most of the interface
> not implemented or something?!)
>   ecawave - Based on Qt, which is having issues
> (antialiasing-related) so it dies immedialtely
>   sox - I'd rather stab my eyeballs with red-hot needles
>   gears - Crashes; when it does work, no useful filters
>   xforge - Couldn't compile
>   waveforge - Crashes when I try to load a file
> Name anything on freshmeat that's related to editing WAVE files, and
> I've probably tried it...
> This is so absolutely frustrating to me.  A few of these projects
> look really promising (Glame, ecawave, waveforge), but the fact that
> I've had NO success with ANY of them is very discouraging.
> Does anyone have any recommendations?  (ie, a program you use and
> which works) I've got No Starch's "Linux Music & Sound" in front of
> me, and thankfully it has a whole chapter on sample editors.  So
> tomorrow some time I'll be trying out:
>   Slab
>   Multitrack
>   Mix
> One of them had better work, or I swear, I'm gonna cry!!!!
> -bill!
> (done venting... feel better... can go to bed now :) )

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