I have a pretty sophisticated setup using the RME HDSP, Rosegarden,
JACK, and various softsynths. I typically have levels set within
individual programs and in the overall HDSP mixer output so that
everything is sounding nice. I could crank down the levels in the HDSP
mixer when editing audio files with rezound, and then crank it back up
after I've finished editing. But this approach is pretty awkward,
especially if I am trying to edit a bunch of different audio segments.
I would be really psyched if you could add a save-able output level.
BTW, rezound is fantastic.
Davy Durham wrote:
> Neil Klepeis wrote:
>> Maybe I am missing something, but I can't seem to find a volume
>> (output level) control on Rezound's GUI (version 0.10.0). I'm using
>> rezound with JACK and rosegarden as an external editor and I keep
>> blasting my ears out when rezound comes up. :(
> Hmm, we'll there's no volume control for the output of ReZound.
> Normally ReZound is used as a stand-alone editor.. so you'd just adjust
> your mixer setting. Hmm.. coupled with JACK might cause a need for one
> however. You can of course adjust the volume of the sound file, but
> that's destructive on the audio file. Perhaps there is a mixer (as in
> a line mixer) progam for JACK for a one-stop adjustment of all your
> running sound sources.
> I'll add one if it's convenient.
> Lemme know..
> -- Davy