Audio & Music Software
AudioJungle is an stock audio marketplace that allow people to buy and sell audio related creatives. AudioJungle is part of the envato marketplace, a set of online marketplaces for various products including themes, scripts, images graphics and more. With AudioJungle, you can buy and sell royalty free music and audio tracks from $1.
With MediaMonkey you can manage catalogs of audio and video files. MediaMonkey is a freemium media manager for serious collectors that allows you to get a grip over your media files. It allows you to manage 100,000+ music and video files without bogging down. Record CDs and download music, movies, and podcasts. Automatically lookup and intuitively tag album art, lyrics and other metadata. Manage audio and video by category and genre. Wi-Fi Sync with MediaMonkey for Android. Play MP3s and other audio formats, without worry for varying volume. Create playlists and let Auto-DJ & Party Mode take care of your party. While being able to convert files in the following formats, MP3s, M4A, OGG, FLAC, WMA, MP4, AVI, and WMV. MediaMonkey is available for Windows as MediaMonkey and MediaMonkey Gold, where the latter version contains is provided without restrictions.
Sonnum is a minimal, intuitive and web-based audio editor for creators. The software allows teams to collaborate on audio projects on the web through an intuitive interface that is on par with native software. All your files and audio clips will be saved in the cloud, and can be access from anywhere. Sonnum is well integrated with third-party software and allows exports to different platforms, browsing content libraries and much more.
Buzzsprout has been in the business of Podcast Hosting since 2009 and are trusted by over 100,000 podcasters. With Buzzsprout you can host, promote, and track your podcast, the easy way. Buzzsprout provides all the necessary tools needed to run a successful podcast, and takes care of all the technical issues, so that you can focus on whats important, your podcast.
Winyl is a free and open-source, lightweight music player and music library application for orginizing and playing audio on Microsoft Windows. The application provides rich audio codec support, a simple UI and offers a intuitive way to organize all your music. Much like Winamp, the application also provides a dedicated radio section that can be used to listen to live radio.
Winamp is a free, classic media player for Windows, macOS and Android. The software was first released in 1997 by Justin Frankel and Dmitry Boldyrev by their company Nullsoft, and later sold to AOL in 1999 for $80 million. Back in the day Winamp was a must have software for any music lover. Today, Winamp provides a complete listening experience through an easy-to-use GUI.
A music and video streaming service developed by Apple. The service provides its users with on-demand streaming of 60 million songs and a internet radio station called Beats 1, which broadcasts live to over 160 countries 24 hours a day. With Apple Music you can create your own favorite playlists and share with others, while also enjoying popular curated playlists.
A free and open-source video editing software built with KDE and Qt. Kdenlive was first created and released back in 2002 by Jason Wood. Since then the software has seen massive traction in the open-source community. Kdenlive allows you to use and arrange several audio and video tracks, each one can be locked or muted to your convenience. Since Kdenlive is based on the powerful FFmpeg libraries the software can handle most audio and video formats needed to convert and re-encode clips. To top it up Kdenlive also provides plenty of effects, ranging from color correction to audio adjustments, as well as all the standard transform options.
A fully equipped music creation studio right inside your Mac, iPhone and iPad. GarageBand comes bundled with macOS and contains a complete sound library including instruments, presets for guitar and voice. With GarageBand user can create music or podcasts with an easy-to-understand user interface and toolset.
OBS Studio or Open Broadcaster Software is a free and open-source cross-platform streaming and recording program. The software is equipped with a powerful API that enbales extensions via Lua or Python written plugins and script to further customize the users experience and capabilities of OBS Studio. The open development of OBS Studio is funded with Open Collective, which enables the software to stay free and open.
With Nextcloud, users can host their own secure cloud solution for file storage, collaboration and communication for enterprise or personal purposes. Nextcloud gives you full control over your own data and where and how you host it. The software can be hosted on-premise or on any VPS or cloud instance provided by third-party web hosts. If you value privacy and security, Nextcloud might be the right choice for you. Nextcloud is both free and open source and developed in an open, transparent and trustworthy manner.
A free and open-souce cross-platform multimedia player software and streaming media server. VLC Media Player has been developed openly since 2001 by the VideoLAN project and is available for desktop and mobile devices. VLC Media Player is most commonly use to view videos and movies locally on your devices.
Spotify is the worlds most popular social music streaming service and platform for artists. With Spotify you can browse music by artist, album, genre, playlist, or record label and create your own playlists that can be shared with friends and the world. The application is available on most major platforms and provides both both a free ad supported and paid premium subscription. The whole music library at Spotify is available with each subscription.
Tracktion Waveform is a DAW (digital audio workstation) used for recording and editing audio and MIDI. Each feature of Tracktion Waveform has been designed spcifically for musicians, artists and composers. All packaged in a powerful, easy-to-use and affordable recording platform.
Looplabs is a cloud-based collabrative platform for music creation. The platform is developed for all skill levels and require little technical knowledge to get started and to make quality music. Looplabs comes packed with royalty-free stock audio that can be used to create your next electronic, hiphop, jazz, funk or pop track.
Cubase is a digital audio workstation software that is for music production and reccording. The software offers tools used for reccording, producing, and mixing of sound that can be formated to audio files ready for production. Cubase provides a series of MIDI sequencers packaged in a familiar user experience.
Bitwig Studio is a digital audio workstation for Linux, macOS and Windows. Bitwig Studio can be used as an instrument for live performance while also being a great software for composing, recording, arranging, mixing, and mastering music. The software provides the feature you have come to know and love in other popular digital audio work stations like Ableton Live and FLStudio, yet improved upon many and elevated them to a new level.
LMMS is a free and open-source digital audio workstation available for Linux, macOS and Windows. The software was first release as Linux MultiMedia Studio back in 2004. Since then LMMS has evolved to support more platforms include macOS and Windows. LMMS can be used to compose, mix and sequence music in a simple and intuetive interface while also providing MIDI or keyboard support.
Studio One is a digital audio workstation software for macOS and Windows. With Studio One you can compose, edit and record any form of music. The software features drag and drop functionalities as well as the ability to create your own macros and custom keyboard shortcuts. All of which can be utilised on a single-screen interface that house intuitive tools with an unlimited number of tracks and virtual instruments.
Ableton Live is a digital audio workstation for Android, iOS, macOS and Windows. Professionals use Ableton Live for composing, recording, arranging, mixing, and mastering music. The software is specifically designed and developed for live performances.
A digital audio workstation developed by the Belgian company Image-Line. The software was first released backing in 1997 and has seen major updates and growth over the years. FL Studio is the go-to tool for many music creators, especially in the digital space.