This manual page documents briefly the glame command that comes as part of the glame package. Only a short summary of options is provided here. More complete documentation to glame comes in the GNU Info format; see below.
glame is a program that provides you with an easy-to-use and intuitive graphical frontend to edit and manipulate audio streams. At least, it's meant to be easy-to-use and intuitive... glame comprises of three parts: a main window, a wave editor, and a filternetwork editor.
The main window offers a view of the so-called swapfile, glame's backing store that contains a hierarchical view of all tracks and projects currently edited. The wave editor offers a time line view of one or more audio tracks and can perform simple editing tasks like cut, copy, and paste. For more sophisticated actions, it interfaces with the filternetwork editor that allows grouping of a wide range of audio plugins and filters. Both the wave and the filternetwork editor can be started from the main window via a context-senitive menu usually attached to the right mouse button and an entry in the menu bar on top, respectively.
For more thorough descriptions on glame and its possible uses please see the Info manual.
This manual page was written by Daniel Kobras [email protected].
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