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gnostiby gnosti (Pilgrim)
|on Jan 28, 2007 at 13:24 UTC||Need Help??|
A few years ago, I started a script to generate chain setups (configuration files) for the Ecasound audio processing engine. Basically, Ecasound will let you do most multichannel recording, mixing, effects processing, format conversion and many other audio processing tasks you may want to do.
So now I've got a front-end going, Nama, recorder-mixer application. It's a pretty crowded field. What Nama has going for it:
- written in perl
- based on a great audio engine, Ecasound
- GUI and text mode interfaces
- suitable for console users
Developing Nama has been the driver for my learning more about Perl and serves as a kind of CS playground, for some small subset of CS.