From: The Gnostic Association City of New York <gnosisny@ju...> - 2005-01-30 17:32:29
Dear Mr. Brubeck,
We welcomed your prompt eMail response of 21 January and downloaded the
We believe that your non-profit work is noteworthy; this way your work
gets enriched with a special quality unmatched by major competing
Please be advised that we have --in our private capacity-- some sample
sounds available for your use whenever you wish to use them for testing
any preliminary or beta version of your software; we have Steinberg
Cubase SL, Halion, and we also have Symphonic Ochestra (which contains
faithful samples of orchestra instruments). If interested, we can send
you any of the sample sounds via eMail.
With kind regards,
The Gnostic Association
of Anthropology and Scientific Studies
-- City of New York
Web Site: http://www.GnosticAssociationNY.org
On Fri, 21 Jan 2005 12:07:55 -0800 (PST) Matt Brubeck
> The Gnostic Association City of New York wrote:
> > We would like to register our Audacity 1.2.1 software; please
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> > We bought Audacity 1.2.1 from eBay recently, and we are learning
> > to use it gradually.
> > When making a recording of a second audio track using a MIDI
> > although the LIVE sound of the second part sounds ALIGNED with
> > first audio track DURING RECORDING, during replay the 2nd audio
> > experiences aa delay of about half-a-second with regards to the
> > audio track. Is there any explanation to this?
> There is always a slight delay when recording new tracks. You can
> correct it manually using the Time Shift tool:
> The latest version (Audacity 1.2.3) does a better job of correcting
> delay automatically on most computers. You can download the latest
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