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Pick of the Bunch: Cloud Development Tools
Cloud computing is not simply a popular phrase; it is a very important part of how we use technology. Cloud computing is the practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a local server or a personal computer.

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Songwrite 2
Songwrite 2 is a music score and songbook editor. In addition to tablatures, it also supports staff, lyrics and drums. This software also manages lyrics. Songwrite 2 can play and print the partitions. When it starts, a new song is created and edited. By default, a single guitar instrument is present. Read more


  • Mixxx
    Mixxx is designed for DJ'ing for both professional and semi-professional users. Mixxx was started in early 2001 as one of the first digital DJ systems. Today Mixxx includes many features common to digital DJ solutions, but also some very unique features: It is free, and runs on all major desktop operating systems. Futhermore Mixxx has a number of key features to help the DJ in the live mix: Beat estimation, parallel visual displays, and support for many DJ input controllers. Read more hot
  • alsaequal
    Alsaequal is a real-time adjustable equalizer plugin for ALSA. It can be adjusted using any ALSA-compatible mixer, e.g. alsamixergui.
  • alsamixergui
    alsamixergui is an FLTK based mixer program for use with the ALSA soundcard drivers. It supports multiple soundcards with multiple devices.
  • aumix
    aumix is for adjusting the audio mixer from the Linux console, a terminal, the command line or scripts.
  • AWE32ControlPanel
    AWE32ControlPanel is a GNOME app to load .sbk/.sf2 files and change the bass/reble/reverb/chorus in the AWE32 sound card.
  • ermixer
    ermixer is a simple OSS audio mixer. Ermixer comes along a Qt and a ncurses GUI, and can also be used with the command line interface.
  • GDAM
    Geoff & Dave's Audio Mixer: it features a gtk interface, flexible sound library, beat matching (manually) and waveform viewer.
  • Gemu
    The purpose of Gemu is to control sound cards based on the EMU10K1 platform. It is meant to allow control to all aspects of EMU10K1 based sound cards. Features will include route creation, effects control, etc...
  • GKrellM Volume
    GKrellM Volume is a plugin which allows you to control the (OSS) mixer devices of your choice.
  • gmixer
    gmixer is an X11/gtk+ OSS mixer control for linux that uses the gtk+ library and works with any sound card with mixer, supported by OSS.
  • GNOME ALSA Mixer
    GNOME ALSA Mixer is a sound mixer for GNOME which is written for the Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA), which supports ALSA 0.9.x.
  • gtkVUMeter
    gtkVUMeter is a VU Meter for gtk+. It provides a simple one-channel audio meter. The minimum and maximum levels are configurable and default to 32767 (which is correct for 16 bit signed wave files).
  • IRMix
    IRMix is an audio mixer for Lirc. It uses the Lirc infra-red receiver system to provide an imitation of a TV's on-screen display, and handles making audio volumes controllable from an infra-red remote control.
  • JackMiniMix
    JackMiniMix is a simple mixer for the Jack Audio Connection Kit with an OSC based control interface. It supports a user configurable number of stereo inputs, which can then be queried and controlled by sending it OSC messages. It is released under the GPL licence.
  • JackMix
    JackMix is a mixer app for jack that looks exactly like the mixer you would use if you had to connect your analog equipment.
  • JackMixDesk
    JackMixDesk is based on JackMiniMix and is a general purpose mixer for the Jack Audio Connection Kit. It has an OSC-based control interface, and a configurable number of mono/stereo inputs and pre/post sends/outputs that can be controlled by sending it OSC messages.
  • kalsamix
    kalsamix is a fully featured mixer for ALSA and KDE. Based directly on ALSA libraries, it gives full control over ALSA soundcards.
  • kamix
    kamix is a mixer for KDE and ALSA, with more features than kmix (or at least with more features than kmix had when kamix was started). It supports channel splitting, levels storing/restoring, sync with external ALSA events, correct handling of "enumerated" elements, and selective item hiding/showing.
  • Knob
    Knob is a volume control for KDE designed according to KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid) rules. It has only one function - controls master volume of your sound card.
  • Lmixer
    Lmixer is a very small command line audio mixer. It doesn't have any of the fancy features of other traditional 'bloated' mixers. It was designed specifically for use in scripts and perl programs, where concise imput and output are an advantage.
  • Louderbox
    Louderbox is a complete 8 band audio processor intended to be used with software stereo and R[B]DS generators (but perfectly usable for other things (such as web "radio") using the jack audio connection kit under Linux (and possibly other systems but this is untested).
  • miqser
    Miqser is yet another mixer device controller. It is written in C and is very small and simple.
  • Mix 2000
    Mix 2000 controls master, bass, treble, line, DSP, FM, CD, Mic, etc.
  • Mix2005
    Mix2005 is a graphical volume control for ALSA. Mix2005 is the ALSA version of our old Mix2000 program, salsa enhanced you might say. Unlike Mix2000, Mix2005 does not support OSS. It was developed from the ground up to support ALSA.
  • mixbas
    mixbas is a small realtime mixer program for the Linux console.
  • is a mixer application for Linux/FreeBSD/OpenBSD/NetBSD systems and is designed to be docked in WindowMaker. This application has three volume controllers that can be configured to handle any sound source, the default sources are master-, cd- and pcm-volume. Sound sources can easily be muted and can also be controlled with the mouse wheel.
  • Mixmos
    Mixmos is an attempt to create a nice and useful soundcard volume control program.
  • mmix
    mmix is a small audio mixer for linux.
  • mmixer
    mmixer is console based, perl audio mixer. You will need to have Term-Screen and Audio-Mixer perl modules (also you will need Term::ANSIColor module, wich probably is included in your perl distribtion by default) .
  • mutemix
    mutemix is a mixer that can mute selected mixer channels without muting the others.
  • OpenDJMix
    OpenDJMix is a virtual DJ system which allows you to mix MP3 files and audio CD tracks. It consists of a C++ API that manages a virtual sound bus with its I/O and a Qt GUI that enables a user to mix 4 MP3 or audio CD tracks. The API has been designed to be used in all multitrack sound tools.
  • opMixer
    opMixer is an OSS driver for your soundcard.
  • Ossmixer
    OSS Mixer is an Linux (and some other unixes) audio mixer, based onOpen Sound System API. So it will work with almost any sound cards. It'sdesigned with Qt from Troll Tech.
  • Polypaudio Volume Control
    Polypaudio Volume Control is a simple GTK-based volume control tool ("mixer") for the Polypaudio sound server. In contrast to classic mixer tools, this one allows you to control both the volume of hardware devices and of each playback stream separately.
  • Polypaudio Volume Meter
    Polypaudio Volume Meter (pavumeter) is a simple GTK volume meter for the polypaudio sound server.
  • QAMix
    QAMix is a configurable mixer for ALSA. The GUI description is defined in an XML file. Default interfaces for standard AC 97 cards and Soundblaster Live are provided.
  • qtrayvolman
    qtrayvolman handles hot-pluggable devices and removable media that are added to or removed from the system. It displays a nice icon in the system tray for each volume. It uses D-BUS and HAL to listen for new devices. It provides functionality for mounting and unmounting and runs pcmanfm for a given volume.
  • rexima
    rexima is a curses-based interactive mixer which can also be used from the command-line. It runs on any terminal with a screen size of 80x24 or greater. It's intended to be a simple, general, usable mixer without all the chrome usually present in other mixers.
  • rtEq
    rtEq is a realtime 31-band equalizer. It supports ALSA and OSS for I/O.
  • SBAM
    Software Based Abled Mixer: This project aims to help DJs concentrate about the important aspects of DJing, and to decrease the stress factor. SBAM is intended for the DJs that have no need for beatmixing or other advanced mixing techniques, this depends mostly on which type of music you play.
  • sGmixer
    sGmixer is simple audio mixer for Linux with easy-to-use GTK2 interface. Each chanel may be muted individualy by clicking on the chanel label (which is toggle button).
  • smix
    smix is a mixer that auto detects supported channels, active real time updating, balance sliders for all stereo channels, and is configurable.
  • smixer
    smixer is a command-line and scriptable program to control and display the mixer volume levels on a sound card in linux. smixer is ideal for setting mixer settings on startup or to switch between multiple configurations quickly.
  • SoundDesk
    SoundDesk is a full-featured mixer control panel for Linux systems or others using the OSS/Voxware sound drivers.
  • SQMixer
    SQMixer is an audio mixer for OSS-compatible drivers that uses QT. Features include automatically updating volume, two sliders for a stereo channel which can be locked together, and checkboxes for muting and recording. Each channel can be hidden.
  • stdin mixer
    stdin mixer allows the standard input of a program to be accessed from different terminals through a Unix socket. It can be used to provide a simple remote control method for programs like mplayer or mpg321.
  • streamixer
    streamixer is stream mixing server. It accepts mixwrite and mixmon connections. It provides a server for audio stream mixing.
  • tclmix
    tclmix features a shared library to add 'mix' command to Tcl and a Tk GUI, which uses this library. It is small and nice, with features to save up screen space by displaying only a subset of controls.
  • TCMixer
    TCMixer is an OSS/ALSA Mixer with a neat interface.
  • Umix
    Umix is a program for adjusting soundcard volumes and other features in soundcard mixers. You can control your volumes, balances and recording sources flexibly from the command line, with a ncurses user interface with familiar vi/emacs keybindings. Umix supports multiple mixer devices. All settings can be saved and loaded from a file.
  • Volume Control
    VolumeControl is an audio mixer which requires OSS or ALSA with OSS /dev/mixer compatibility (for now) from the Linux kernel. The GTK interface provides ease of use in adjusting volume levels.
  • is a small graphical software utility enabling quick and convenient control of a computer's audio volume level. It is intended for use on Linux/Unix systems in conjunction with an X window manager that supports dockable applications ("dockapps") such as AfterStep, BlackBox, or Window Maker.
  • VolumeControl
    VolumeControl is a GNUstep program for adjusting the audio mixer on systems that use the OSS API. It allows the sound level, left/right speakers, muting for master, PCM, bass, and treble levels to be controlled.
  • WMixer
    WMixer is an ALSA Mixer for Window Maker.
  • WMixer
    WMixer is a mixer application designed for WindowMaker, although there is nothing in the program that makes it require WindowMaker, except maybe the NeXTStep look and the fact that it properly docks. It can be used with other window managers without problems.
  • XAmixer
    XAmixer is a GTK+ mixer written for use with ALSA (the Advanced Linux Sound Architecture). It supports most mixer elements on all mixer devices of all sound cards. It also has stereo locking and optional element display.
  • Xmmix
    Xmmix is a premium audio mixer utility for the X window system using the Motif graphical user interface. It operates the input and output mixer section of the sound hardware on many PCs and workstations. Xmmix offers superior features and look-and-feel. It is designed to be attractive, feature-rich and intuitive to use. It adapts to your sound hardware configuration and displays the appropriate set of controls. It also allows control settings to be saved and retrieved.
  • XtMix
    XtMix is a mixer program that is KDE aware, supports session management, and is simple to use.
  • xvolume
    The xvolume program displays a volume bar known from different appliances and allows the user to change the master volume up and down by using keyboard shortcuts. The program is highly configurable.
  • YConsole
    YConsole is a graphical console with Audio and Mixer channel controls for controlling Y Sound Servers.
  • zmixer
    zmixer is a simple volume control that uses the advanced linux sound architecture (alsa).

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