console-based digital audio editer released

Ari Moisio arimo at
Tue Mar 29 06:03:06 EDT 2011


Thank you for making this available. I had add following  lines to the 
catchkey script to make it work with Debiann Squeeze:

"4f1b 0050                              ") echo f1
"4f1b 0051                              ") echo f2
"4f1b 0052                              ") echo f3
"4f1b 0053                              ") echo f4
"5b1b 3531 007e                         ") echo f5

Another nice feature would be to have a  way to adjust the place marker 
more precisely, for example play couple of seconds recording before and 
after the marker with a short  gap at the marker location like this:

ctrl-home: set the marker to the biginning of file
ctrl-end: put the marker at the end
ctrl-pgup:  move marker one second backward
ctrl-pgdn: move marker one second forward
ctrl-left: move marker 0.1 second backward
ctrl-rigth: move marker 0.1 second forward.

After every movement couple of seconfs of audio just before and just after 
the location is played with a short gap between them. Whitch market to 
adjust depends on witch marker has been set with f5/f6.

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On Thu, 3 Mar 2011, Willem van der Walt wrote:

> Good day,
> I have released a digital audio editor (dae) under the GNU GPL license.
> It is console-based, written in python using the ecasound library.
> It can be downloaded from:
> Any comments welcome.
> Kind regards, Willem

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