On Fri, Jan 22, 2010 at 3:43 PM, Kenneth Gonsalves <lawgon(a)au-kbc.org>wrote;wrote:
a firm doing legal transcription wants to explore the use of linux. What is
needed is: "a Startstop foot pedal system and a Soundcard that enables you
adjust bass and treble on audio files". Any clues as to what this is, can
work on linux and if so what is the cost/recommendations?
there is a program called 'transcriber' that has pedals on space bar and
tab, and has all the basic needs for transcribing audio files. it is a cool
little program written in tk and works like a charm for me. As far as
adjusting treble and bass, alsa volume controller does it. the program is
available in debian as well as Ubuntu repositories.