Updated 03-01-2013: to correct some details noticed by Georg from the Auphonic team I recently came across what may prove to be the single most useful podcasting tool I’ve seen in years. It is a free online service called Auphonic which automates the tasks of normalizing audio as well as noise reduction, encoding, distribution, […]
I love open source. I love the technology, the philosophy, and the people in the trenches making things better. But I give up. Between proprietary hardware drivers and slow software release cycles for the things that matter most to me, I’m done. I just spent two hours to accomplish the following: Download a new album […]
This is the recording from a Balticon 46 panel I participated on covering Open Source tools for podcasting.
I have been struggling for some time with the question of what Digital Audio Workstation to use for music production and for podcasting. My needs are different then a lot of people and the quality of a DAW is somewhat subjective so this is a hard thing to pin down. The truth is that most […]