Havoc wrote:- recording/editing stereo: cut, paste, delete, fade, level adjustment, normalise
- ability to set track markers for cd burning.
- if possible ladspa
Audacity doesn't do jack natively and no cd marker placement.
jackd does work with audacity, but may not reveal its connections in qjackctl
until you press the record button. Press pause after pressing record, and look in qjackctl for
portaudio, which will be audacity. Then press pause again, after you make
connections, to resume recording. Also jackd must be chosen in audacity prefs.
You can render multiple tracks, and export selected portions of audio, I have
never looked at burning media directly from audacity