I've tried a few of the other multi-track recorders out there for Linux and this one gave me the fewest problems. It's very user-friendly and rather sophisicated. I was able to cut a rough demo with my band with minimal effort with this program. I can't think of a better hard disk recorder for linux.
> There seem to be little documentation,
> the web site for the project is a simple
> file listing :)
The website now explains how people can help, by writing documentation for example.
> All in all keep up the good work and
> please do make installation
> instructions available even a simple
> INSTALL in the tar with a "make
> install" would be nice ; )
Did you read the README file?
There seem to be little documentation, the web site for the project is a simple file listing :)
The app is working though which is more than several other audio app on linux can claim .
All in all keep up the good work and please do make installation instructions available even a simple INSTALL in the tar with a "make install" would be nice ; )
Good job ..and happy hacking
Make the source available please
Right now when you click the url all you get is a README file with the following content:
"GNUsound is a sound editor for Linux. It is available on request." :/
If you're concerned about the bandwidth you could host it on http://savannah.gnu.org/
An open, cross-platform journaling program.
A scientific plotting package.