Re: Simple sound-apps under Fedora

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On Tue, 2003-12-16 at 01:48, Brian Fahrlander wrote:
>     I was trying to locate _simple_ sound apps under Fedora.
> 'Gnome-Sound-Recorder' was really crappy- segfaulting at every
> opportunity.
>     Audacity for Fedora is listed on FreshRPMs, but it's not reachable
> by apt.  Not sure why...
>     SoundStudio almost worked...but crashed with regularity.
>     I was finally able to repeat and repeat, etc and make
> 'Gnome-Sound-Recorder' save four small files.
>     Does anyone have any experience with this?  I'm considering
> rebuilding 'Gnome-Sound-Recorder' from SRPM...

Use Audacity, it should be in one of the Fedora repositories. 
Gnome-Sound-Recorder is crap.  It crashed on me constantly as well.  It
would record 0 byte wave files and then crash when trying to play them. 
I use Audacity to edit 500MB - 1GB wave files with no problems at all. 
It is a very good Audio editor.  You can also record audio with it and
export to wav, ogg or MP3.

Jim Drabb
James Drabb
Senior Programmer Analyst
Davenport, FL USA

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