janina at rednote.net
Wed Oct 27 20:59:04 EDT 2004
I believe the original post had to do with serving streams which would
be a job for icecast--assuming we're talking audio.
When you ask about tools, the list gets very long indeed. For that I
would suggest the Linux Audio lists. Some of the basics, though, are
sox, and ecasound.
I am currently adding tracks to some studio sessions using ecasound.
Karen Lewellen writes:
> I realize I may be starting a fight, but care to give me a list of
> Internet broadcasting tools which work in Linux?
> I ask for two reasons, all of the spectrum radio people I talk with, as
> in on the dial radio tell me that while they would love to use Linux for
> things like editing and other work when it crosses over to the net, it
> is just not stable.
> Second one of the most respected blind Internet broadcasters Steve Wolf, I
> believe that is his first name
> at wolffm.com
> told me the same thing when I asked the same question that all his
> broadcasting related things were still done in Windows. Granted these
> people are used to working in the traditional broadcasting industry, not
> just putting something together from home.
> Still no one knows everything on Linux, and things change all the time
> with upgrades. And it has been a while since I asked Steve at least.
> so, may I just have a list of useful tools, and if such tools are more
> commonly found in one Distribution than another?
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