Digital Media Labs: Frequently Loved Software – Video, Animation and Film

Final Cut Express Designed for advanced editing of digital video and high-definition video, this software is considered a step above iMovie in terms of capabilities, but a step underneath Final Cut pro and its suite of applications. Final Cut Pro Apple’s flagship video-editing software. Offering a variety of effects, transitions and title-generators, you can create an…
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Digital Media Labs: Frequently Loved Software – Photography, Images and Graphics

Blender  An open-source 3-D graphics software app used for creating animated films, visual effects, art, 3-D printed models, interactive 3-D applications and video games. iPhoto Great for arranging slide-shows and photo presentations of all types. Also lets you edit, enhance and crop or straighten your images. Need a retouch? iPhoto makes it easy to modify…
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Digital Media Labs: Frequently Loved Software – Music

Audacity Audacity converts common audio formats to other formats (e.g. MP3 to AIF or WAV) for editing in Logic or Studio One v2.  Also provides normalization, amplify and other essential editing functions. GarageBand  GarageBand is a streamlined digital audio workstation and music sequencer that can record and play back multiple tracks of audio. It allows…
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Technology’s Irresistible Force Meets The Record Industry’s Immovable Object

How Music Got Free is Tacoma Library's favorite new work in the field of music and digital media technology. This spellbinding narrative describes the key forces that led to the record industry’s untimely demise over the course of ten astonishing years. The rise of mp3 encoding technology; the free-sharing ethos of tech-savvy teenagers; the smugness of a bloated…
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