KXStudio Website has moved

KXStudio Website has moved

KXStudio has been the latest in a line of open source projects to move away from sourceforge. You will now find the KXStudio project hosted on the linuxaudio.org servers. The new website can now be found at http://kxstudio.linuxaudio.org/

For full details about the move, see the announcement here.

Build a 128 touch sensitive keyboard with Arduino

On his blog, Georg Mill, Arduino hacker and musician, describes how to build a 128 touch sensitive keyboard with one Arduino Uno and some additional cheap electronics.

Read about the TouchDuinoX(tended).

Also, be sure to check out our tutorials on how to build your own MIDI interface using the Arduino micro controller:

June/July 2015 – Interviews, tutorial and news

Our newsletter for June/July is now sent to our subscribers. If you have not yet subscribed, you can do that from the Libre Music Production start page.

You can also read the latest issue online. In it you will find:

July 2015 - John Option and Tobiasz Karoń/Unfa interview, LV2 plugins for mixing and more!

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Welcome to our June/July newsletter. As you may have noticed, there was no newsletter last month. This is because we are now moving to bi-monthly newsletters. You will still get the same amount of news directly into your inbox. If you want to keep up with LMP news and happenings on a more regular basis, our social media accounts and RSS feed will keep you updated as new content becomes available.

Audacity 2.1.1 is released

Audacity 2.1.1 has just been released with new features and performance improvements. Of note are -

QjackCtl 0.4.0 is out!

QjackCtl 0.4.0 is out!

Rui Nuno Capela has just announced the release of QjackCtl 0.4.0.

This release makes it easier to get up and running as it now splits the setup settings between two tabs, one with the primary settings with the other tab housing the more advanced setting.

Some other changes include -

LV2 plugins for mixing: My favorite basic plugins (by zthmusic)

LV2 plugins for mixing: My favorite basic plugins (by zthmusic)

This article was originally published by Gabbe Nordeborn on his music projects website zthmusic.com on December 23, 2013.

LMP Asks #10: An interview with Tobiasz Karoń, aka Unfa

LMP Asks #10: An interview with Tobiasz Karoń, aka Unfa

This month we talk to Tobiasz Karoń, better known online as Unfa. Tobiasz's passion is electronic music and open source software. He creates music using GNU/Linux based systems and is a massive fan of ZynAddSubFX. His favourite distro is KXStudio and his favourite DAWs are LMMS and Ardour. LMMS for sequencing and synthesizing, Ardour for recording, editing and mastering.

Helm synthesizer reaches Beta

Helm synthesizer reaches Beta

Helm, a polyphonic synthesizer with realtime modulation feedback, has just reached beta stage. Helm is available in a number of forms, including a standalone client as well as being able to run as an LV2 plugin.

Helm has a subtractive synthesizer engine with three oscillators with 15 anti-aliased waveforms, cross modulation, 32 voice polyphony, a low-pass, high-pass, band-pass, notch, low-shelf, high shelf and all-pass filter.

Ardour 4.1 is released!

Ardour 4.1 is released!

Ardour 4.1 has just been released. This release sees the addition of some interesting new features, along with the usual bug fixes.

Here's a rundown of some of the new features -

Input gain control - Audio and bus mixer strips now have an input gain control, allowing you to increase or attenuate the input signal by up to 20 dB.

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