Is it me? (was: [patch] KRec)
kai.vehmanen at wakkanet.fi
Fri Sep 6 14:16:51 BST 2002
On Fri, 6 Sep 2002, Arnold Krille wrote:
>> Why don't you start by looking at ardour? Seeing as that it already
>> _is_ a multitrack audio recording studio (gtkmm, JACK, ALSA) and work
> And if you look at aRts you'll find very good effects/ ways for effects. So if
> MuSE or Rosgarden could use aRts it could be something...
> btw: aRts can ALSA too...
And there's also ecasound. It's a stable, working application for
multitrack recording and mixing written in C++, with a ready, documented
API for building user-interfaces (the ECI API, available in C, C++ and
python), long history of active development, and with support for aRts
(through the C API), ALSA, JACK, LADSPA v1.1 among other things...
There's already a few Qt apps that are built on top of it (ecamegapedal
and ecawave). See http://www.eca.cx for further information.
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