To those not familiar with the term, a package manager is a tool that installs software for you and takes care of keeping it up to date.
If you want to use Linux audio for professional work, but have been using Windows up until now, then there are some important differences you need to know about.
To normalize audio is to change its overall volume by a fixed amount to reach a target level. It is different from compression that changes volume over time in varying amounts. It does not affect dynamics like compression, and ideally does not change the sound in any way other than purely changing its volume.
DACs and amps are similar pieces of hardware, but they are not the same. A DAC (digital to analog converter) converts digital sound information into audible analog sound waves, while an amplifier boosts sound before it reaches speakers or headphones so that it can be heard at an audible level. Understanding the differences can be tricky, but this article aims to clear up some of this confusion about DACs and amps. You’ll also find out if or when you’ll need a DAC or an amp. Read on to learn...
DACs, or digital to analog converters, are sometimes a confusing topic, but essentially all a DAC is is a headphone amplifier that preserves (and sometimes betters) the quality of your audio.
In this article, we will show you some of the best and most popular ukulele songs to play. Some of these tunes have been ukulele staples for years, while a few are more recent hits.