Subject: another 2.2.1 bug?
From: Justin Rosander (JustinRosander_AT_msn.com)
Date: Thu Feb 27 2003 - 09:24:35 EET
here's the skinny on what I've been doing, and the results:
ecasound -r -b:1024 -i:bass.wav -o:bass1.wav -t:287.27
this command was intended to clip the first 287.27 seconds of the 'bass.wav'
file and paste it to 'bass1.wav' Now, I then recorded a "punch-in" track,
called 'bass2.wav' under ecasound-iam, starting at position 280 seconds. I
wanted to merge 'bass1.wav' and 'bass2.wav' to paste the "punch-in" to the
original track by employing the following command:
ecasound -r -b:1024 -a:1 -i:bass1.wav \
-a:2 -i:bass2.wav \
Now, the "punch-in" worked, although when the punch-in occurred at position
287.27 seconds, the result was a layered *.wav file: one layer was the
actual bass track, and over that was this awful garbage-noise, like a
I'm using kernel 2.4.19 (low-latency patch added)
Hope this helps,
p.s.-the album is making slow, yet steady progress. hopefully I'll have a
tune or two on my web page in the next couple of weeks!
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