Audacity is a multi-track audio and sound editor. It can also record from various input devices, up to 24bit wavelength, using ALSA or JACK with latencies up to 384kHz. All common audio formats and encodings such as WAV, AIFF, AU, FLAC, OGG Vorbis, GSM, MP2, MP3, AC3, M4A/M4R (AAC) and WMA are supported. Audio layers allow cutting, editing, and applying or layering a wide range of effects. And Audacity is also cross-platform.
Sonic Visualiser is a free, open-source application for Windows, Linux, and Mac, designed to be the first program you reach for when want to study a music recording closely. It's designed for musicologists, archivists, signal-processing researchers, and anyone else looking for a friendly way to look at what lies inside the audio file. Sonic Visualiser is one of a family of four applications from the Centre for Digital Music: Sonic Visualiser itself is the most general, a program for highly con
fIcy is a small icecast/shoutcast stream grabber suite for use under shell environment. Its goal is to automatically rip a stream into user customisable files. It will work with ICY compatible streams, allowing you to either to save the stream to disk or to pipe the output to a media player, or even both. fIcy, among other uses, is ideal for batch/unattended recording of radio programs and stream debugging.
VLC is a simple, fast and powerful media player with desktop and mobile cross-platform support. It can use files, network streams, CD and DVDs, webcams, DVB-T and other devices for playing. It supports a plethora of video formats like MPEG, DivX, H.263, H.264, H.265, VP9, MKV, WebM, WMV, MP3, AAC, MOD variants, FLAC, Vorbis, Theora, Dirac, FLV, MXF, and other encodings or meta formats (subtitles). It doubles as player and streaming server, and recording or transcoding and conversion tool.
Projection software designed for churches