Jarraitu

Hi, I'm searching for a libre audio editor, usable on Linux, with LV2 support and preferably with native ADSR editor.

I want some kind of simple program to edit soundclips to improve sounds.

I would like if plugins can be seen on a rack (as in Ardour).

Do you know any kind of?

@unfa @gcrkrause @zrythm @falktx @rghvdberg @x42

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@porru why not ardour? the automations can be used for adsr (or something like this, without midi input you dont have triggers anyway)
@unfa @zrythm @falktx @rghvdberg @x42 @play0ad

I want something more simple, just for comfortability and simplicity. I just don't need such a grand programm :)

(But yes, I thought about using it and I would)

@gcrkrause @unfa @zrythm @falktx @rghvdberg @x42 @play0ad

@porru @gcrkrause @zrythm @falktx @rghvdberg @x42 @play0ad I have heard about Qtractor and Muse being viable options, bu I have no real experience with any of them. I use Ardour, and for some quick jobs - Audacity (though I don't think it's supporting LV2 plug-ins, and it's fully destructive making it less than ideal for serious work).

@porru @unfa @gcrkrause @falktx @rghvdberg @x42 @play0ad isn't this what audacity is made for? I plan to add more audio editing functions to zrythm eventually but it's not usable for that yet. If audacity doesn't have what you need I think ardour is the best choice atm

@zrythm @unfa @gcrkrause @falktx @rghvdberg @x42 @play0ad

Audacity could make the function, but as Unfa said, it's destructive and does not have too good LV2 support

@openmastering

This could be an option to edit soundclips. To create sound effects combining other soundclips I would need to use a DAW, but this is very near to what I thought, thanks!

@porru if it's just about combining sounds, you could use non-daw and/or non-mixer to combine those. It would be a great modular workflow.

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