Over on his YouTube channel SignalsEverywhere, Corrosive has posted a new video tutorial explaining how to use the SDRAngel software for receiving signals in Windows. SDRAngel is a general purpose SDR program similar to programs like SDR#, HDSDR and SDR-Console, however it's layout and workflow is slightly different compared to other programs. SDRAngel also has some interesting features such as built in decoders for DMR, D-Star and Fusion digital voice signals and unlike most other general purpose SDR programs, SDRAngel is also capable of controlling transmit capable SDRs. Corrosive notes that he will discuss that feature in a future tutorial.
Corrosive's tutorial goes over the main points such as changing gain, changing sample rate, tuning to signals, and adding demodulators. In the video he uses an RTL-SDR as the receiver.