Building A Linux Music Studio Part 2

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| Last week we made a music CD from a live digital recording the easy and
| simple way. Today we're going to fix volume levels and do graceful fades and
| transitions using Audacity and normalize. Give yourself a lot of disk space,
| make copies of your original sound files before you start, and remember that
| Audacity has Undo and Redo commands, so don't stress out over making
| mistakes.
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http://www.linuxplanet.com/linuxplan...orials/6449/1/

On the verge of being a 2-part HOWTO, but good proof of Linux viability in
audio production.


Related:

Audio in Linux is awesome

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| I can’t wait for PulseAudio. I’m sure that will make all of this even easier.
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http://darkness.codefu.org/wordpress/2007/12/15/292


Commercial Sound And Music Software For Linux, Part 1

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| As a result of this inquiry I decided to revisit the Linux soundapps site and
| check up on the commercial sound and music software for Linux. This article
| reveals and ponders some of the results from that visit. *
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http://www.linuxjournal.com/node/1005835


Commercial Sound And Music Software For Linux, Part 2

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| I hope this article has been enlightening with regards to the presence of
| commercially available sound and music software for Linux. Speaking
| personally, I'd love it if these programs were all free and open-source, but
| such decisions are best left to the programmers themselves. As mentioned,
| many of these programmers already contribute to the FOSS community. * *
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http://www.linuxjournal.com/node/1005911