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Re: "Good" sound-editing app for Fedora?



On Sun July 31 2005 10:54 pm, Brian wrote:
> Hello:
>
>     After some initial guesswork (and deciding to go with a PCI
> form-factor once and for all), I now have a soundcard
> installed in a Fedora Core 3 machine. However, although it passes "the
> test" on the install, I cannot find a suitable app for manipulating
> imported files such as ".WAV", "*.MP3", etc. They all seem to indicate
> playback-in-progress with the Fedora "bundled" apps, but no sound.
>
>     The "Audicity" app is impressive enough with a Mandrake distro, but
> attempts to find an .RPM or binary for it with Fedora have proven
> useless so far. Suggestions, amyone? :-)
>
I'm not sure why you're asking this question on the Selinux list, but, 
Audacity is in Fedora Extras - enable your extras repo and 
$ yum install audacity 
should do it

-- 
Claude Jones
Bluemont, VA, USA


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