Open Source = Free

There are many audio players and software out on the market that can do a lot of things, from ripping, fixing, mastering to editing and many more one has all the options with a simple search on the internet.
Though most of us use the Windows operating system, there are quite a few who do use open sourced operating systems such as the likes of Linux and others. There are a handful to audio tools made available on Linux that can do almost anything Windows-based software can use based on technology such as ALSA that allows more precise sound card management on your computer. The basic technology they use is the Open Sound System that is the standard interface for audio capture and manipulation in the UNIX family of operating systems. More on open sourced software for the Linux system on the next posts so do check back.

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