This week’s episode of Destination Linux, we have an exciting interview lined up for you, with Nico from Garuda Linux. Then we cover the controversial situation around the audio editor, Audacity, and their new desktop privacy policy. Plus we’ve also got our famous tips, tricks and software picks. All of this and so much more this week on Destination Linux. So whether you’re brand new to Linux and open source or a guru of sudo. This is the podcast for you.

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  1. Wendy, if you’re asking about Ardour I think it’s a separate project altogether. It has a very different UI than Audacity and has been around for a while. It has a steeper learning curve than Audacity.

  2. I just installed it (Ardour), and the work flow is WAY different. I’ll continue to play with it, maybe see if I can find a class on it like I did Audacity. If I can get the same or better quality out of it, I may go that route.

  3. Wendy, if you find a good tutorial please share. Thanks

  4. Thanks everyone, for another fun and informative episode :slight_smile:

    I’m with @kernellinux on being fairly guarded when it comes to telemetry. Personally I incline more towards the suspicious side of the spectrum and would feel happier using a fork of Audacity if any of the good folk of the community are able to achieve that. Also Garuda and its community sounds pretty inspiring. Love hearing those success stories!

    I keep promising myself to get a live viewing of one of the famous DL gaming events though I’m really bad at making live events. Even when I was a child I used to record any TV I wanted to watch on VHS then view it according to however I wanted to manage my time!

  5. Everything I’m finding is for music editing on Ardour. I have been using the Audacity fork Tenacity and really enjoying it. They have already made some changes that I’m liking (better dark theme).

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