Subject: iam mode usage question
From: pelican anacapa (pystanis_AT_yahoo.com)
Date: Sat Aug 21 2004 - 19:00:12 EEST
I have been using ecasound for very simple recording
since rh7 with oss. A recent migration to fedora core
2 has introduced me to alsa, jack and other goodies.
Setup is intel pc, sblive, behringer eurorack mx602a
mixer, and a couple of different mics to record nylon
I use lilypond to do all the backing, drums, bass,
and then timidity to get a wav file. I havent
done any mixing with ecasound as yet.
Modified a script to use alsa. For some reason I did
not have a colon after the -d which caused a weird
message in iam but figured that one out.
ecasound -c -d:1 -ev \
-b:256 -r -f:16,2,44100 \
-a:1 -i alsahw,0,0 \
-a:1 -o $OUTFILE
I would like to try using iam by entering the various
parts of whats above bit by bit; Not sure what the
sequence of commands should be but this is what I have
tried and it seems to be working. I would like to
see a more complete or correct example.
ecasound ('h' for help)>
then t, s, and q
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