Audacity is a free open source software for recording and editing sounds. This beginner’s guide will get you up and running with Audacity on Linux.
In this article we explain how to steal the sound of a real world space like a cave or tunnel, and use it in your music and sound design. All this is made possible by the magic of convolution reverbs.
Ever wanted to record what you played on your speakers directly to an MP3 file? In Linux, you can easily do so with Audacity and Pulse Audio Volume Control.
Screencast videos are an ideal tool to provide instructional assistance. Kazam for Linux is simple enough for new users, and offers tweakable controls to experienced users.
As long as you have a microphone and a recording device such as your PC, you can create your own podcast. In this article, we will give you some podcast technical tips for creating and distributing your own podcasts.
If you’re a musician or an audio engineer, and you don’t want to spend the kind of money on setting up a digital studio or don’t want to use a Mac for some reason, you should check out Ubuntu Studio.
If you are a geek and understand the things behind computing, chances are your friends always ask you computer related questions. Some of the questions may be tricky and your email instructions may appear too complicated for the average user. Example: Suppose your friend has messed up her Windows network settings and can’t connect to […]
If you are thinking of creating your own screencast, but can’t find the appropriate screen recording tool that is both free and easy to use, then Screen Toaster could be the one for you. Screen Toaster is an online screencast service that allows you to record your desktop screen without installing any application. No matter […]