Newsletter for December out now - Tutorials, news and survey

Our newsletter for December is now sent to our subscribers. If you have not yet subscribed, you can do that from our start page.

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

  • LMP's end of year survey
  • Third installment of 'LMP Asks', with Aurélien Leblond
  • New tutorial
  • New software release announcements

and more!

DrumGizmo v0.9.7 released

DrumGizmo v0.9.7 released
The Drumgizmo team have just announced the release of version 0.9.7 of Drumgizmo. The most notable change in this release is the implementation of realtime resampling. This means that Drumgizmo will match, in realtime, whatever samplerate you are working with, so you are no longer restricted to 44.1kHz! 
 
Check out the announcement at Linux Audio Users mailing list for full details
 

OpenAV News

OpenAV News
OpenAV have recently redesigned their website. They are also looking for some feedback relating to some of their projects. 
 
If you are a VJ or projection-master? OpenAV would like to hear from you about your dream workflow at an event, what is it that you need and what issues you encounter often.  
 

End of year survey - Have your say!

End of year survey - Have your say!
 
As 2014 comes to an end, we want to see what everyone’s favourite FLOSS audio software and plugins are. We intend on having an annual end of year survey, to see what's currently popular, what stands the test of time, and what people still feel is lacking in the Linux Audio world. 
 
If you are interested in participating, you can find the survey here

End of year survey 2014 - Have your say!

As 2014 comes to an end, we want to see what everyone’s favourite FLOSS audio software and plugins are. We intend on having an annual end of year survey, to see what's currently popular, what stands the test of time, and what people still feel is lacking in the Linux Audio world.

Just for clarification, the favourite audio software/plugin released in 2014 questions are not exclusively for new software. Updated software that brings new features also qualifies for these questions.

Guitarix bug-fix release. Update recommended!

The Guitarix devs have just pushed out a bug-fix release, version 0.32.1. This update is recommended and fixes a long outstanding issue with LADSPA/LV2 plugin load/unload and UI modification.

Latest downloads can be found at the Guitarix sourceforge page.

LMP Asks #3: An interview with Aurélien Leblond

LMP Asks #3: An interview with Aurélien Leblond

In this interview we talk to Aurélien Leblond of one man band, A Violent Whisper. Aurélien has ported Alsa Modular Synth modules over to the LV2 plugin format. He has also been hacking away on adding new features to Hydrogen

Qtractor sees new release

Qtractor sees new release
Rui Nuno Capela has just announced a new release of Qtractor, this time codenamed 'The Baryon Throne'. 
 
 

Guitarix 0.32.0 released

Guitarix 0.32.0 released
The Guitarix developers have just announced the release of Guitarix version 0.32.0. For the uninitiated, Guitarix is a tube amplifier simulation for JACK, with an additional mono and a stereo effect rack. Guitarix includes a large list of plugins and also supports LADSPA/LV2 plugins.
 
This release fixes some bugs. It adds new tuning scales (19- and 31-TET) to guitarix and Gxtuner.lv2 and also includes a new LV2 plugin, GxMultiBandReverb.
 

Non Mixer, now with LV2 support!

Non Mixer, now with LV2 support!
falkTX from KXStudio has just added LV2 support to Non Mixer. This is not upstream at the moment but is available in the KXStudio repositories. This will hopefully be accepted upstream and become part of Non Mixer. In the meantime, you can try out the LV2 supported version if you are using KXStudio by simply updating your system. 
 
 

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