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[ale] Today's ALE Central meeting


Berlin Brown <bigbinc03 at yahoo.com> wrote:What is the project?

Preston Boyington <PBoyington at polyengineering.com> wrote: dangit!!! i wanted to be able to sit in on this meeting.

anyone going to capture this for us "distance impaired" folk? i have a
project due and am currently pulling 16 hour days.

also would Tom mind sharing an email with his declick/dehiss technique?

i have a large converting project (that i am trying to put off for a while)
where i will need some pointers.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael D. Hirsch [mailto:mhirsch at nubridges.com]
> Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2004 7:47 AM
> To: Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts
> Subject: [ale] Today's ALE Central meeting
> Analog Audio Recording and Archiving with Linux
> Presented by
> Tom Younker
> Abstract: 
> This presentation will demonstrate the use of free tools to 
> capture the
> sound of LP albums to hard drive, and the subsequent processing into
> individual songs suitable for burning to CD. The splitting of each
> side into tracks and the declicking of tracks will be covered, plus
> creating a makefile to painlessly encode the tracks (with title
> details) to ogg or mp3 format. Also included will be a demonstration
> of a new graphical tool which allows noise reduction on selected
> portions of tracks, plus an interesting CD label printing tool.
> This is not intended to be a comprehensive view of all tools, but of
> an end-to-end solution that worked for one vinyl collector. Those
> present are encouraged to ask questions and to supplement from their
> own experience.
> Bio:
> Tom veered from his engineering degree program for a B.S. in Computer
> Science in 1975. He spent 2 years making computer microfilm, then 10
> years programming cash registers for J.C. Penney, and has been
> self-employed (and sometimes self-unemployed) ever since. In the
> mid-90s he moved from software into basic IT support (having no
> interest in navigating the WinAPI), diagnosing and repairing computer
> hardware/software/networking problems. He discovered Linux in 1998,
> and has used it daily since early 2001, plus installing it for
> clients, friends, and anyone else who'll listen. 
> He lives in Decatur with his wife JaVonn, who still uses a Mac and
> AppleWorks to prepare lesson plans for her 4th grade class. Each of
> them has a twin brother, hence the address pairoftwins at mindspring.com 
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