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Be prepared to have to fiddle with them enormously. I used to use Cakewalk 9 all the time under Windows, and I had the give that up when I switched to linux. I have yet to get any of the recording programs found on sourceforge or freshmeat to work correctly.
It sucks, too, because ardour looks like it would be a nice program.
Hey, turnkey sounds pretty cool! When you said "installs goodies", I was figuring on just some add on effect or something, I didn't know it installed Ardour! This quite possibly may make my computer perfect! I'm downloading the tarball as I type!
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU !!!!!!!!!! I know have Audacity running perfectly. Thanks, man!! I tried at least half a dozen times to install that damned program! YES! Thank you!
thanks, ill try all of those. this was pretty much the last thing keeping me using windows, i'll be getting off of it if one of these programs works. my system specs are posted in my signature.... below.
ah, unfortunately i have no experience with cvs files and ardour is pretty much only available as cvs so...
1. when downloading ardour do i grab the folder that sourceforge seems to be offering or is there a single file to download and install from with cvs or what?
2. why cvs, why no tarball?