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jeremy 12-30-2006 03:56 PM

Audio Authoring Application of the Year
 
A new category this year.

--jeremy

zetabill 12-30-2006 07:29 PM

I haven't really had much time to delve into this much this year. Some of those programs are on my "wish list" for installation. I definitely use LAME quite regularly, though.

Cara25 12-30-2006 08:39 PM

I used Lame for the first time this year and I'm hooked, I'm amazed that it is as powerful as it is. It works ! Perfect for a CLI addict that can follow instructions.
Scott

rickh 12-31-2006 12:48 PM

Voted for Audacity, but it's sidekick GWC is also a must-have.

PatrickNew 12-31-2006 03:45 PM

I love all the functionality of audacity, and it's good cross-platform support. It's a true cross platform app, not just a linux app with an ugly hack to let it run on windows. (For when you have to play nice with the MS users)

Hitboxx 12-31-2006 06:55 PM

Definately Audacity!

lordfoul 01-01-2007 03:32 PM

Jokosher should have been on the list.

jeremy 01-01-2007 06:18 PM

Jokosher looks very interesting, but it quite new. Based on what I see it'll definitely be added next year.

--jeremy

zinger919 01-01-2007 11:13 PM

What; no REZOUND ?!?
 
Since Rezound didn't make your nominee's list, I
must vote this category "LAME".

fcaraballo 01-02-2007 03:06 AM

Voted for Audacity.

diilbert 01-02-2007 05:32 AM

I voted for LAME since I use it all the time with GRIP ;)

sadiqdm 01-02-2007 06:21 AM

I discovered Audacity a while back, and like that it works on Windows, so I can exchange stuff with my brother who I haven't managed to convert yet. I'm using it to re-master a load of old reel-to-reel tape for my Dad, and it is fast and easy to use.

Rosegarden is my second choice, though I am a real beginner with it. Still haven't got a synth back-end working properly.

kuhndog86 01-02-2007 09:41 AM

Would have voted Jokosher... My second choice is Audacity.

ssavelan 01-02-2007 12:31 PM

Ardour is very good:tisk:

Samoth 01-02-2007 03:58 PM

LAME, Too bad there aren't that many audio recording programs that run on the CLI. Rawrec is cool, but doesn't do everything the GUIs do, too bad.


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