This friendship began not long ago when I was looking for a way to easily configure the X32 during soundchecks. With some donated apparatus we where on our way to having a much more convenient setup using the remote control X32-Edit app for Linux. The LCD screen on the X32 board is sufficient but what a difference when viewing it on the Linux computer’s screen. This also gives you two options for changing settings.
Audacity is a feature rich editor for audio that can be mastered for use in little time. Volume boosting, normalizing, leveling and exporting to mp3 are common steps to get that sermon ready for your web page and Audacity is a great tool for getting that done.
The X32-Edit app for Linux is a very useful tool for quick access to controls while live mixing. I like the ability to adjust or configure something without changing layers on the physical board. You can find it here: Behringer X32 Edit for Linux
Clementine is a very nice player for CDs, mp3s and other music you need to play in the church. Create playlists, stream different categories of music from the internet or listen to that sermon you just recorded.