Free audio software

Here are more free software for you to try, one of these applications should suit you, unless you are hoping to use more than 16 tracks simultaneously, in which case you might need to spend some cash for a pro application.   1 Wavosaur This compact free audio editor and recorder doesn’t need to be installed and can run on Windows 98, XP, and Vista. It has a good set of tools for editing digital audio files, has several useful effects, and can handle MP3, WAV,OGG, aif, aiff, wavpack, au/snd,…

Audacity tutorials

Audacity is a free, easy-to-use and multilingual audio editor and recorder for Windows,Mac OS X, GNU/Linux and other operating systems. You can use Audacity to: Record live audio. Convert tapes and records into digital recordings or CDs. Edit Ogg Vorbis, MP3, WAV or AIFF sound files. Cut, copy, splice or mix sounds together. Change the speed or pitch of a recording. Quick link Download audacity software How to download and Install How to make your first Podcast To save in MP3 format you will need to install the lame plugin this…

NHS: PROTECT OUT OF HOURS SERVICES

38 Degrees | NHS: protect out of hours services Private companies like Serco and Care UK are putting GP out of hours service in danger. They’ve been cashing in on contracts to provide GP services at the weekend and overnight. And it looks like they’ve not been doing a proper job – and lives are at risk as a result. It’s time to rein in these greedy companies. There’s a powerful committee of MPs that has the power to do a proper investigation into their behaviour – and stop them…

Time banks and the new creative economy

  Time banks and the new creative economy From musicians to health workers, huge numbers of people can benefit from the skill-sharing and cooperation that timebanking generates Music was always a co-operative business, happening not so much in the black economy but in the mutual one, where friends help out friends and no one takes too much notice of who owes whom. And the range of new websites and ideas about how music can work – in an age when the music industry as we have known it in recent decades is…

Artificial Intelligence can we keep it in the box

Artificial intelligence – can we keep it in the box?   We know how to deal with suspicious packages – as carefully as possible! These days, we let robots take the risk. But what if the robots are the risk? Some commentators argue we should be treating AI (artificial intelligence) as a suspicious package, because it might eventually blow up in our faces. Should we be worried? Exploding intelligence? Asked whether there will ever be computers as smart as people, the US mathematician and sci-fi author Vernor Vinge replied: “Yes,…