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Originally Posted by borromini I second that. Thirded. By the way, Ogg Vorbis>MP3 ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by borromini
    I second that.
    Thirded.

    By the way, Ogg Vorbis>MP3.

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    Ogg Flac > Ogg Vorbis > MP3

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    mixxx

    you might want to try mixxx , its an open source mp3 mixer.

    Toodle-pip
    Amias

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    Re: mixxx

    Quote Originally Posted by amias
    you might want to try mixxx , its an open source mp3 mixer.

    Toodle-pip
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    I thouht mixxx did live mixing, not saving the mixes?

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    recording mixx

    you could do some sort of voodoo where you send the output from mixx
    to a fifo posing as /dev/dspsave . It should be wav format.

    or if you are codewise enough you could patch the code to allow recording.
    it might be worth emailing the authors and requesting this functionality ,
    i'm sure they would see the utility of it .

    The jack support in mixxx might make this concept a bit more workable .

    good luck

    Toodle-pip
    Amias

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