Software Links

As a fun experiment to expand our support of the Part 15 broadcaster community we will attempt to offer a collection of FREE software download links that you just might find useful. If you have a favorite you don't see here, please drop us a line using our Feedback Link. RF Calculator Page This is where all those little coil calculators are located. MP3 Gain 550k - analyzes and adjusts mp3 files so that they have the same volume. The MP3 VCR 6.2M - record MP3 streams off the web. Great for capturing content for rebroadcast. More... Yawcam 3.5M - 'yet another webcam' software with streaming, http server, ftp upload and effects. Streamerp2p 360k - stream audio without a server, requires Oddcast encoder DSP. Audioblast 1.5M - edit sounds; cut, paste, delete, mix, effects, unlimited undo, convert text to Morse code. 1 by 1 94k - a small, fast and handy player which provides powerful tools to play tracks. Peak Limiter 115k - enhances music recordings and digitized speech. Audio Level Meter 385k - optimum setting of input levels for various sound recording functions. Audacity 2.4M - free sound editor, record, edit, effects, unlimited undo. Audio Stocker 8k - Audio Compressor and muxer plug-ins for WinAmp. Part 15 Antenna Calculator 116k - MS Excel spreadsheet to approximate antenna values. Weather Grabber 90k - get weather data. Scanner Recorder 194k - sound activated PC recording utility. Soliton 303k - a handy sound file attributes adjustment utility. Ogg Drop XP 307k - drop zone utility for converting WAV files to the GPL OGG format.


frankh19's picture

There's also MP3trim for trimming your mp3 files. Some automation systems only work well with trimmed files.

gronsk's picture

Thanks swis, this is cool!


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scwis's picture

Thank you, and yes, we have some things that need a-fixin' right now.

Experimental broadcasting for a better tomorrow!

Rob Veld's picture

Just a link for Zara 1.4.4:

Station Manager Radio 199 (Netherlands)

KRNI's picture

The link for mp3 gain went bad. Here is the current


NHRadio's picture

The link is no longer working.