Subject: Re: [ecasound] Newbie - can't write ecasound recorded .wav files to CD
From: lee (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Dec 26 2000 - 06:14:50 EET
Junichi Uekawa wrote:
> In Fri, 15 Dec 2000 04:42:33 -0800 Larry Weaver <email@example.com> cum veritate scripsit :
> > I was successful in recording a series of .wav files using ecasound, but
> > when I tried
> > to write them to a CD using Adaptec's EasyCD under windows ME (sorry,
> > it's all
> > I could find that supports ATAPI CDRW drives),
i keep it simple and thusly use a gui..ha..
i have a ricoh 7060a which does well in linux..i don't use ecasound at moment ( haven't tried
it "recently" but will ) as it hasn't worked for me in past since I have this arcane (errrrr)
driver from turtlebeach.......it works elsewhere but ecasound not well..darn..
I am at moment using what is callec broadcast 2000 which has been live saver as I'm doing a
singalong for my carpenters group and several submittals have needed mucho degained.ouch..so
those awesome filters DO come in handy.......although frankly i've got a LONGGGGGGG way to go
to understanding how to us them correctly.....:(
i mainly use xcdroast and like very much although i'm trying to figure out how to "name" tracks
i burn...gcombust nor xcdroast or gtoaster none seem to have way of doing this or i haven't
figured out yet..
anyway going to download ecasound try again see if i can multi-track which is what I do mostly
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