Сборка и установка JAMin на GNU/*/Linux
Jan Depner (),
v1.9, 16 января 2005
2. Установка с «нуля»
3. Установка на ALT Linux Master 2.4
4. Установка на Fedora Core 3
This document describes how to install and configure ALSA, JACK, and JAMin on a RedHat 7.3 Linux system. JAMin is the JACK Audio Mastering interface program. It is used for doing professional mastering of digital audio. Normally this program is used in conjunction with Ardour or another JACK enabled multitrack or stereo recording/playing program. If you want to build and install Ardour you can find detailed instructions here.
The JAMin developers are Steve Harris, Patrick Shirkey, Jan Depner, and Jack O'Quin. Ron Parker is the principal documentation producer. Many other people have contributed to the design/debug phase. Two that immediately spring to mind are Alexandre Prokoudine and Mark Knecht. There will surely be a score of others (how about you?).
1.2. Новые версии этого документа
The latest version can be found on the JAMin home page (http://jamin.sourceforge.net/). If you make a translation of this document into another language, let me know and I'll include a reference to it here.
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