#audiomo June 24, 2022 – Scribus, Stellarium, SQLite and SQLite Studio

This one is a quadruple header, in which I discuss not two, three, but four pieces of software that I use pretty regularly for many of my different projects. You can find and read about Scribus, the free, open source desktop publishing software at http://www.scribus.net If you want to play Astronomer and have your very […]

#audiomo June 22, 2022 – Reaper

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. […]

#audiomo June 20, 2022 – Pencil and Pencil 2D

A bit of a confusing #audiomo this evening as I’m so so tired from several days of working in my basement. But here it is, in which I discuss not one, but two softwares with very similar names, but completely different functionality. You can download Pencil2D for doing flip-book type animations at http://www.pencil2d.org The GUI […]

#audiomo June 19, 2022 – Openshot

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 […]

#audiomo June 18, 2022 – Part 2 Nightingale

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 […]