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Ardour web presence: developer wanted

The Ardour project is looking for help with development in relation to the projects websites. Ardour currently uses 5 independent web sites, the main site, forums, manual, bug tracker and nightly builds sites, and they are looking for someone to help them with the following tasks -

Check out 'Why, Phil?', new Linux audio webshow series

Check out 'Why, Phil?', new Linux audio webshow series

Philip Yassin has recently started an upbeat Linux audio webshow series called 'Ask Phil?'. Only recently started, the series has already notched up an impressive 7 episodes, most of which revolve around Phil's favourite DAW, Qtractor.

John Option release debut album, "The cult of John Option"

John Option release debut album, "The cult of John Option"

John Option have just released "The cult of John Option". This is their debut album and it brings together all their singles published in the past few months, including remix versions.

As always, John Option's music is published under the terms of the Creative Commons License (CC-BY-SA) and is produced entirely using free software.

Contest: Win an amazing MOD Duo!

Contest: Win an amazing MOD Duo!

To commemorate the last batch shipment to kickstarter backers MOD Devices have set up a social media contest to give away a MOD Duo, the hardware stompbox which runs on linux and a whole ecosystem of FLOSS audio plugins.

LenMus

LenMus

LenMus Phonascus is a program for studying music theory that allows you to focus on specific skills and exercises, on both theory and aural training.

AV Linux 2016: The Release

AV Linux 2016: The Release

With this release, Glen is moving away from the 'everything but the kitchen sink' approach and instead is focusing on providing a very stable base suitable for low latency audio production.

MiniLAC Berlin 2016

MiniLAC Berlin 2016

  MiniLAC is a more compact, community-driven version of the yearly Linux Audio Conference.

A place to talk to developers of your favorite Linux (capable) audio software, music producers, developers coming together, thinking about the future shape of Linux Audio.

 

 

AV Linux 2016 news

Glen McArthur has just posted a preview video of what will become the next release of AV Linux. The upcoming release will be based on a carefully put together version of Debian testing, optimised for use with audio production.

Configuring Linux for music recording and production

Configuring Linux for music recording and production

If you're a programmer, you'll find GNU/Linux systems quite powerful and robust. When it comes to areas like visual arts, video, business, or gaming, you'll find some tools with promising potential, but lots of bugs, quirks, and challenges. You can accomplish whatever you need in most cases, but the setup and learning curve may not be as smooth as proprietary options on proprietary systems.

FFT

FFT, or Fast Fourier Transform, is a numerical computational method that is used for displaying audio data as a spectrum of the different frequencies present.

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