Re: [orca-list] What is the state of audio recording on Lynnox using orca?

I too used audacity for some time.

It is my hobby and so sound editing is not my full time job.

But it was fairly good enough for my work, simple editing, effects on
patches etc.

On 09/09/21 6:34 am, Kyle via orca-list wrote:
I've actually had quite good luck with Audacity, except older 2.x
versions seem to slip off the track list, causing me a ton of grief.
3.x versions don't seem to have this problem, although I would use
Tenacity instead if I could just get it to build. It keeps spewing
errors about the long dead ia32 architecture and aborting the build,
at least on ARM machines. That said, my access to the menus and
interactions with the settings pop-up windows has been stellar for
nearly 12 years, using audacity on nothing but Linux desktops running
Orca. My only problems have been related to the track list, where
there seems to be no easy way to know which tracks are selected. I
find though that select -> none has the nice effect of deselecting not
only all audio data, but all tracks, so then all I have to do is to
start at the top and press the enter key to select only the tracks I
want. I'm hoping the Tenacity fork moving toward distribution packaged
wx-widgets will help many of the remaining issues with Orca.


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