I found a whole bunch of free linux sound editing software at http://www.hitsquad.com/
but i don't know what any of it is! and not having any real way to download a bunch of stuff and try it out, i would like to know what the best stuff is from word of mouth beforehand.
I bought Sound Forge 5 last year.
It is only for windows, and it is the Photoshop of audio.
The makers, Sonic Foundry seem to be taking a very Macromedia approach to UNIX (ignore it, and it might never happen) which is VERY irritating as their program is fantastic.
Is there anything as good in linux?
while i'm on the subject, is there anything like Sonic Foundry ACID for linux as well?
I would trawl through all the linux audio programs but i am not looking forward to coming up with 20 half finished command line wav players et cetera.
I don't mean to be derogatory, i'm sure you are all aware of the phenomenon i mean.
So, what's the best
audio editing and looping software out there? it doesn't have to be free mind, i'd just like to know what the creme de la creme is...