This month LMP Asks talks to Vladimir Sadovnikov, programmer and sound engineer, about his project, LSP plugins, which aims to bring new, non existing plugins to Linux. As well as the LSP plugin suite, Vladimir has also contributed to other Linux audio projects such as Calf Studio Gear and Hydrogen.
This month we interviewed Andrew Lambert and Neil Cosgrove, members of Lorenz Attraction and developers of LNX_Studio, a cross platform, customizable, networked DAW written in the SuperCollider programming language. Please see the end of the article for links to LNX_Studio and Lorenz Attraction's music!
A few months ago we published an introduction to the audio programming language SuperCollider here on LMP. With the recent announcement that SuperCollider had reached 3.7.0, we Debian Linux users suddenly find ourselves behind-the-times regarding our SuperCollider packages which are likely to be at 3.6.6 for some time. If you want 3.7.0 now (or any bleeding edge version in the future) you have no choice but to build it from source.
This month we talked to Christie Isaac, an upcoming electro-acoustic fusion songwriter from Colchester, UK who incorporates Linux into his music every step of the way. His latest EP "Body Rush" was described as "a masterclass in DIY production" by Paper Champion magazine.
Hi Christie. Thank you for taking the time to do the interview. Where do you live, and what do you do for a living?