Re: [linux-audio-user] scheduling and playback automation

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Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] scheduling and playback automation
From: Art Moore (g3art_AT_yahoo.com)
Date: Sat Nov 23 2002 - 02:15:50 EET


try out TerminatorX It's a dj program. you probably
won't use the cool effects for it, but you can pre
load several sounds and trigger them to go off when
you want them to. automating several sounds at once
might be hard, You might need edit the sounds together
using something like audacity and then load that
sound.

art

--- Richard Green <r1chardgreen_AT_yahoo.com.au> wrote:
> I am new(ish) to this list so hello, been listen for
> a week or so.
>
> I am looking for a the type of software I found in
> at
> sharewaremusic.com for scheduling and automation of
> radio shows. There
> are a few options in the Windows category, but I
> have found nothing for
> Linux, and nothing GPLd.
>
> I am hoping that such software would be useful for
> running a stage
> productions audio sound effects, with the sound
> operatator reading the
> cues from an on-screen running sheet, and triggering
> the associated sound.
>
> He's the part I need most: If, becuase of the
> timings of cues, the
> asssociated sounds overlap, they should be mixed
> together and played
> back though the same output device. Audio samples
> would be fairly well
> prepared, but a simple way to set the overall
> playback level of an
> individual same would be ideal. Timing accuracy is
> not enormously
> important, so ability to work with a low latancy
> kernel is not
> necessarily a requirement.
>
> Do you know if such an thing exists for Linux?
>
> Thanks
>
> Richard
>
>
>

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