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I'm looking for a good linux software to record and edit wav files. Can anybody help me? Thank You!
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Go to www.linuxapps.com and look in the audio/sound category. there are several good programs ranging from the simple recorders. If you want a full blown editing app, try Broadcast 2000.
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