Audio Editing by Sound?
janina at rednote.net
Sat Nov 11 21:42:19 UTC 2006
You're using Fedora, right? So, yum is all you need. Do:
yum install ecasound
and yum will take care of the dependencies. Current version, by the way,
Hart Larry writes:
> Well, I wonder if an ideal audio editor is available? Ideally the
> interface might look like tr player, where I could left-and-right arrow
> accoross the audio. The nicest part would be while on a particular segment
> of audio, I could then do a block, cut, and paste ether out of the current
> file, or to a new file.
> I think some1 suggested ecasound? Well, with fc6 I tried manually, as well
> as apt-get, and yum install, to install ecasound, but no matter which
> version, it fails dependancies.
> I guess you could say, I am looking for the feel of editing with a
> Thanks in advance for suggestions
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