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convoLV2

convoLV2

convoLV2 is an LV2 plugin used to convolve audio signals with zero latency.

It can be used for convolution reverb although due to it having no controls its main use-case is cabinet-emulation and generic signal processing where latency matters.

The plugin comes in three variants:

  • Mono: 1 channel in, 1 channel out. Mono IR file
  • Mono To Stereo: 1 channel in, 2 channel out. Stereo IR file. (L, R)
  • True Stereo: 2 in, 2 out. 4 channel IR file (L -> L, R -> R, L -> R, R -> L)
     

a-plugins

a-plugins

a-plugins is a suite of plugins bundled with Ardour, from version 5.0 onwards. They include all the basic plugins you need to get started mixing. The suite currently consists of the following -

New overdrive stompbox plugin, GxSD1 LV2 released

New overdrive stompbox plugin, GxSD1 LV2 released

Hermann Meyer has just released another LV2 plugin, GxSD1. As the name suggests, this is based on the Boss SD1 overdrive pedal.

This is just one of many stompbox emulations that Hermann has been working on lately. He has also set up a github repository with all these plugins, so you no longer have to build them one at a time. Currently this repository contains the following plugins -

Vee One Suite 0.7.6 released

 Vee One Suite 0.7.6 released

Days after his Qstuff* end of Summer'16 release frenzy, Rui Nuno Capela releases the Eleventh beta release of his Vee One Suite, version 0.7.6. This suite of plugins includes -

Autotuning & pitch correction with Zita-AT1 in Ardour

Autotuning & pitch correction with Zita-AT1 in Ardour

Be it for correcting those slightly out-of-tune notes from your singer, or going all the way to a Cher effect, an auto-tune plugin might come in handy. There’s not a lot of those designed for Linux, though choices do exist :

Guitarix 0.35 released including much anticipated interface redesign

Guitarix 0.35 released including much anticipated interface redesign

Guitarix has recently seen a new release, version 0.35. As always there are new plugins and bug fixes but the big news with this release is the overhauled interface, compliments of Markus Schmidt. Markus is also responsible for CALF studio gears plugin design, as well as the DSP of many of it's plugins.  

New video tutorial describing a complete audio production workflow using Muse and Ardour

New video tutorial describing a complete audio production workflow using Muse and Ardour

Libre Music Production proudly presents Michael Oswalds new 8+ hours video tutorial describing a complete audio production workflow using Muse and Ardour.

In this tutorial you will learn how to import, clean up and edit a MIDI file using MusE. It then goes on to show how to import the MIDI file into Ardour and setting up instruments to play the song. On to guitar recording and audio editing in Ardour, selecting sounds and editing several takes.

The tutorial continues with vocal recording and editing, mixing and mastering the song.

A complete audio production workflow with Muse and Ardour

Audio production with Muse and Ardour is a 6 part video tutorial showing a complete workflow using FLOSS audio tools.

In this tutorial you will learn how to import, clean up and edit a MIDI file using MusE. It then goes on to show how to import the MIDI file into Ardour and setting up instruments to play the song.

On to guitar recording and audio editing in Ardour, selecting sounds and editing the takes.

The tutorial continues with vocal recording and editing, mixing and mastering the song.

New Guitarix preset from Sebastian Posch

Sebastian Posch, Guitarix user extra-ordinaire, has released some new videos. Guitarix is a modular, virtual amplifier where you can choose different preamp and amp models, combine them with various effects and speaker cabinet emulations to come up with your very own tones.

First out is his "Dope: Stoner/Doom Metal Preset for Guitarix":

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