Trying to catch up with yet another #audiomo for today. This one is an auditory, virtual tour of my future office/studio/workshop.
Today’s letter is “O” and I briefly discuss Openshot the free, open source, video editor available for Windows, Mac and Linux. You can read more about it at http://www.openshot.org Audacity (Audio recording software) – http://www.audacityteam.orgBlender (2D/3D designing and rendering software) – http://www.blender.orgCalibre (e-book management software)- http://calibre-ebook.comDia (Diagram editing software) – http://dia-installer.deExact Audio Copy – https://www.exactaudiocopy.de/Fre:ac […]
Well, not exactly the AudioMo I was hoping to record. Posting at the 11th hour quite literally as yours truly just go off the couch after a grueling 3-4 hours of moving stuff around. Taking the day off work tomorrow to do damage control, asses the situation and find out what I’m doing next. I […]
A departure from the subject of this year’s #audiomo series, the 2nd special delves into a current project that’s been occupying quite a bit of my time. As you listen in on this audiomo entry take a look at the images I’ve posted below.
A short #audiomo in which I sort of talk about LibreOffice on this 13th instalment with the letter “L”. I also take a tangent and mention a project I’m working on, more details to come. LibreOffice is a free, Open source office suite compatible with Microsoft Office and is a spin-off from the original Open […]
On this 10th installment of #audiomo I briefly discuss Inkscape the free Open Source vector graphics editor. As I was typing up this entry and doing research into the website I realized they are now at version 1.2, so I’m eager to see what they changed and the improvements they’ve made. You can read up […]
Several days ago I explained FRE:AC the audio converter, Handbrake is basically the video equivalent is a free open source video converter tool. It’s freely available for Windows, Mac and Linux at http://handbrake.fr
Fre:ac is an open source audio conversion tool available for Windows, Mac and Linux. If you need to convert audio into different formats, this tools is great and it also rips CDs as well, which I wasn’t even really aware of until I recorded this AudioMo.
Posting this late as it was a busy day. Today’s letter is “D” and in this AudioMo I briefly delve into Dia, the free diagram editing software available on Windows, Mac and Linux. I made a little error, they are actually called UML diagrams, not ULM. You can check out Dia at the following address: […]
This is the first of a series of audio blog entries where I curate and re-post some old audio recordings from my time spent at Audioboo(m). In this first instalment of two recordings I did some eight years ago for someone I befriended on the audio-based social network Audioboo, I answer a request from Jane […]