ONLamp: One... No... Two Things Linux Has That Windows Doesn't (Yet)
Sep 23, 2005, 01:45 (2 Talkback[s])
"A cry from a fellow composer arrived yesterday asking how to
quickly adjust the gain level for over 10,000 audio files.
Designers from all over recommended the usual applications--Peak,
SoundForge, Waves, Barbabatch, Wavelab--as help to his
"Fine recommendations, but this is a perfect job for Linux. A
simple script, the bash shell and free Linux audio applications can
fix him up nicely. (Those who don't have a spare PC quit
belly-aching. Linux doesn't require the horsepower that Windows
craves, so retrieve that old clunker you tossed last year and see
my article Resurrect Your Old PC for Music--with Linux for the cost
of a blank CD...)"