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Some audio plugin: LinuxDSP

Plugins are add-on modules that "collaborating"With the main program will extend the functionality. Let us take as an example Firefox. Firefox is a web browser very reliable, very safe (fra i più sicuri), which also draws its strength from the simplicity of installation and use of third-party plug-ins available on the official website largely the same.

But today we talk about plugin certainly less known, and production-oriented audio. Today we talk about LinuxDSP. (more…)

Changing the pitch of an audio file with Audacity

In today's tutorial we begin to delve into the world of digital audio. Let's start with a simple solution of the problem, problem that many people will ever encounter. How to change the pitch of a file (or of a part of file) lossless audio? The answer is “can not”. To change the pitch you need a small (laughable) loss of information, imperceptible, but it is better to know.

For this tutorial we will use the open source audio editor Audacity, and we will use this audio file.

First of all open Audacity and import the file: “File” – “Import” – “Audio”. (more…)

Linux4one: Skype su Acer Aspire One

TheAcer Aspire One (aka AspirOne) is, as has already been discussed, a high-performance netbook, supports the installation of GNU/Linux, which makes it much more powerful than it does Windows.

Skype also exists for GNU / Linux, and because the AspirOne integrates a microphone and a webcam would be interesting to see some settings for the adjustment of Skype sull'AspirOne. We begin to see how to optimally adjust the microphone volume by Skype. (more…)