Re: [linux-audio-user] Opening up the discussion

From: Noah Roberts <roberts.noah@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Sun Jul 24 2005 - 04:25:36 EEST

> In the article I clarify the position that feature-wise, audio
> production on Linux is pretty good. Many of the issues that I was
> discussing were that some pre-requisite knowledge is required before
> you can get started. It seems that to record on Linux you need to have
> trawled through documentation, the archives for this list and read up
> on the intracies of getting the different parts of the system working.
> To me, this seems like a flaw in the offering - surely the user should
> be able to get up and running straight away - they download their
> package of choice, install and run. Would this not be better?

> - do you feel there is a seperation between a professional and an
> amateur? So, the software would 'just work' for the amateur, but the
> professional should really know the specifics of the system and how to
> set it up.

What you are looking for then is a simple program that just about
anyone get figure out and doesn't require a bunch of interdependant
programs to work right. Something simple that may not be exactly best
for someone with more experience. You are looking for a program
called Audacity.
Received on Sun Jul 24 08:15:05 2005

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