console-based digital audio editer released
Willem van der Walt
wvdwalt at csir.co.za
Thu Mar 31 03:08:14 EDT 2011
I am wondering why you needed to make the change to catchkey for your
version of Debian, as I ran that script under all kinds of linuxes without
As for finer marking of positions, yes, I aggree that I need to do
Since the release of the editor, I have added a track splitting feature as
I needed it for stuff I had to do at work.
I have not gotten around to updating the man page yet though.
After dae has been installed by a number of people, I have also changed
the default audio device to alsa in place of /dev/dsp as that seem to work
better in most cases.
It also seem that building ecasound against the installed python sorts out
a number of timing issues that some people encountered.
The steps for doing this is described in the manual.
Kind regards, Willem
On Tue, 29 Mar 2011, Ari Moisio wrote:
> 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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