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Bricked Rode Podcaster - use DFU to reflash?

I have a bricked Rode Podcaster. The bricking was done through installing incorrect firmware (https://www.massyn.net/?p=31). Can someone paste a lsusb for a working mic? For mine it's: Bus 003 ...
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Routing raw MIDI to software synth

I use a program that generates raw MIDI events interpreted and played by an external hardware synth connected via USB cable. This works great, but sometimes I wish to use the same program with a ...
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How to do live vocals effectson microphone input, using LMMS?

I am using LMMS on Debian Linux, and I want to take input from a USB microphone and run it through some of the effects (delay, pitch modification, etc) in LMMS. I don't want to do this post-recording ...
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16 channel output under linux

I am a linux user and have recently purchased a Behringer XR-18 digital mixer that I want to record and play back on. I am using audacity to record and it works just fine so my Fedora Linux laptop ...
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Sound Library Organizer for Linux?

I'm looking for a sound library organizer working on Linux and capable of handling several thousands of SFX files. The software I found until now are mostly players with some built-in management ...
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Using the Zoom H5 as a audio interface under Linux

I just purchased the Zoom H5 sound recorder, with the intention of using it both as a sound recorder, and also as a audio interface under Linux. My OS is Debian stable. Currently 9/stretch. ...
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Automatically locate part of waveform in long audio file using another waveform which is a small part of it

I have a very long audio file (10 hours). I also have a shorter audio file (10 seconds). The short audio file is a small piece of the long audio file. I.e the long audio file in some place contains ...
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Multi-channel audio server over local wifi network?

In our space, there are 8 x TV's each tuned to a different TV station. Due to the environment, we cannot have the TV speakers turned on. I would like to create a network which streams audio from the ...
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Linux music production workflow without a low-latency kernel

I would like to do some music composition on my linux mint pc, but I have run into instabilities while trying to install and use a low-latency kernel (system freezes, possibly due to conflicts with ...
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Virtual pad for linux

I have tried to search for a virtual pad on Google but failed at it. So I was wondering if anyone in the stackexchange's sound community knows a linux software able to map a sound (.wav) to a key ...
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How can I remove mouse and key clicks from live audio?

I need to stream live audio from my desk while being able to use my computer at the same time. I have tried following the tips from How do I remove mouse click noise and How to Reduce Keyboard and ...
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How to record wav file in bit depths lower than 8 bit?

First of all, sorry if this is not the right stackexchange site to ask this, but here it goes. For research and learning purposes I want to record wav files at different sample rates and bit depths ...
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Vocoder command line tool for Linux or Mac?

Does any Linux or Mac command line tool support vocoder effect?
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Strip silence from voice recording

I want to remove or speed up small sections of silence in an audio recording, corresponding to the breaks between sentences and paragraphs. I have some audio files for a book that I need to listen to ...
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Sound design software for Linux?

Any recommended sound design software for Linux? It doesnt have to be open source or free.
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Audio tracker for Linux with support for VST/VSTi

For the past few years I have been using Windows where I was working on quite a good piece of tracker - MadTracker (which sadly is not available for Linux). Recently I had to migrate to Linux and I ...