Wow, you can have a _complete_ set of digital computing devices for less than $500 USD with @PINE64 stuff.

* PineBook Pro: 199.99
* PineTab+keyboard: 119.98 (pre-order)
* PinePhone: 149.99 (uBPorts ed.)
* PineTime: 24.99 (dev kit)
= Total: $494.95 USD

They're all designed with FOSS in mind and schematics are provided. That's awesome.

Best FOSS audio recording application! I've tested 5 of these on F-Droid and none had even an option to pause and resume the recording .

And this one is absolutely fantastic!

It has a bunch of features I wouldn't even tho k would be nice, like the ability to audition, cut and re-record last part of your sound. And apart from standard formats it even supports FLAC and Opus encoding!

axet / android-audio-recorder · GitLab
gitlab.com/axet/android-audio-

#Android #FOSS #FossAudio #Audio

Sean Parker of Napster got it pretty accurate with this one. I bet most people did not believe him at the time.

splitter.ai/ A powerful AI powered tool for musicians, splitting music into isolated vocals, beats, bass, piano and other stems. github.com/deezer/spleeter

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