Here is a triumvirate of software titles for this the fourth to last #audiomo entry: VCV Rack is a fantastic virtual Modular Synthesizer, what’s a modular synthesizer you ask? Well, listen on and you’ll here me describe what it is. You can read more about VCV Rack at https://vcvrack.com/ VirtualBox allows you to run a […]
Behind by a few days on AudioMo, but here is my 22nd installment with the letter “R” in which I talk about my go to Digital Audio Workstation, Reaper. It’s not free, but very inexpensive and feature-laden. You can get more information on Reaper at http://reaper.fm, once again it’s available for Windows, Mac and Linux. […]
OK, I’m back on track (ha! Pun intended) with Part 2, in where I discuss my use of Nightingale the free Open source music player. This particular instalment is a bit controversial at one point as I explain the original music player I used to use and I don’t mean to offend anybody, it is […]
On this day with the letter “E” I briefly describe “Exact Audio Copy” used to rip (extract) CDs.
Earlier this morning I was doing a phone test of our landline while I was working and whistling along to some tunes, when I heard something interesting.
I downloaded an amazing Free 3D computer program called Mandelbulb 3D which can create Mandelbrot-based 3D computer graphics. I haven’t quite figured it out yet, but I thought I’d fire it up, opened up a formula called AboxShapes-Misty and used it to inspire me to improvise some otherworldly music. Don’t try to figure out what […]