sloop.splitter is a realtime sound effect program. It samples sounds from any source and dissects them. It searches for waveforms and repeats them from one repetition to thousands. So, it generates synthetic sounds from natural ones. The waveforms are never deformed, only repeated, so always natural waveforms are played, but in a more or less synthetic way. The number of repetitions constantly changes from one (the identical sound) to thousands and back. It tries to show the transition between the synthetic and the natural.
PyMP3Cut is a Python command line tool designed to cut huge (> 100MB) MP3 files at high speed without requiring the extra disk space and processing time usually needed by visual audio editing tools, which convert the MP3 format to more easily manageable formats like WAV before doing anything. It reads and cuts simultaneously according to the autodetected MP3 frame rate and a timeline passed as a command line argument. It doesn't currently deal with Variable Bit Rate (VBR) MP3 files, though.
Wacom ExpressKeys supports the fairly recent additions of ExpressKeys, Touch Strips, and a Scroll Wheel on certain Wacom tablets. Specifically the Cintiq 21UX Interactive Pen Display, the Intuos3, and the Graphire4 tablets are supported through the XInput and XTest extensions in X. Using "xsetwacom", it can also provide an automatic change of stylus pressure sensitivity (a.k.a. PressCurve) when going from one program window to the next. This feature is independent of the connected tablet model. A graphical configuration tool named "wacom-config" is under development.
Flowpaint is a next generation paint program that focuses on usability and power. It's cross platform and supports pressure sensitive graphics tablets. Planned features for future versions include user-editable procedural brushes, brushes created from pictures, layers with arbitrary data channels, infinite and wrapping canvas layouts, parametrized picture templates, and built-in support for downloading and sharing new brushes and templates.
64 Studio is a collection of native free software for digital content creation on x86_64 hardware (AMD's 64-bit CPUs and Intel's EM64T chips). It's based on the pure 64 port of Debian GNU/Linux, but with a specialised package selection and lots of other customisations. The distribution includes the Linux kernel with realtime preemption patches, the GNOME desktop, and a selection of creative applications, covering audio and music, 2D and 3D graphics, and publishing for the Web and print. It also includes Internet and office tools that a creative user is likely to need for their daily work.