Editing Sound on the Fly

Sam Hartman hartmans at mit.edu
Mon Jul 11 23:36:30 UTC 2016

>>>>> "Joel" == Joel Roth <joelz at pobox.com> writes:

    Joel> Hi Martin,
    >> From what you write, I think you want to extract interesting
    Joel> parts of an audio file to another audio file, although you
    Joel> could mean extracting parts of an audio *stream* to a file.

    Joel> Nama (which uses ecasound) is another possibility. Nama can
    Joel> extract parts of an audio file, and has some special features
    Joel> for that purpose. Basically, you drop marks in pairs, create a
    Joel> sequence using the content between the marks, and then export
    Joel> the desired audio via mixdown. Right now you have to specify
    Joel> the list of marks to use, but we might find ways to simplify
    Joel> that when dealing with large numbers of marks.

I recommend nama fairly highly for an accessible audio editor.  I've
played with it for creating some mashups of music and for some live
effect processing.
Not perfect, but it can do a lot.

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