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Newsletter for September out now - Interviews and plugins

Our newsletter for September 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:

New release of Vee One Suite plugins

New release of Vee One Suite plugins

Rui Nuno Capela has just announced version 0.5.1 of his Vee One Suite of plugins. The plugin suite is available in the LV2 plugin format as well as standalone JACK clients, with NSM support. There are 3 plugins in the suite. They are as follows -

Synthv1 - an old-school polyphonic synthesizer
Samplv1 - an old-school polyphonic sampler
Drumkv1 - an old-school drum-kit sampler

Drumgizmo version 0.9.6 is released

Drumgizmo version 0.9.6 is released

The Drumgizmo team have officially announced version 0.9.6 of their drum sampling plugin.

OpenAV announces new plugins in the ArtyFX plugins range

OpenAV announces new plugins in the ArtyFX plugins range

OpenAV have just annouced 3 new plugins to the ArtyFX plugin range. The new plugins for ArtyFX version 1.2 are as follows -

Bitta - Bit crusher
Vidha - Stereo widener
Panda - Compressor/expander

Thank you and welcome aboard!

Since we launched on Sunday, we have had an overwhelmingly positive response. We're really delighted with the fantastic reception and level of interest which demonstrates the need for a community driven project like LMP. Thank you to everyone for all the interest. There is loads more to come so keep checking the site. This is just the beginning.

Coverage

“The new project is a long missing link between experienced Linux audio users and newbies who want hands-on information about libre tools for making music.” - Alexandre Prokoudine, Libre Graphics World

Content Wish List

The content wish list is a list of articles and tutorials we would like to see on LMP. If you do have knowledge on anything in the list and are considering contributing content, please do contact us.

If you are a new user who is interested in a specific piece of software and would like to see it covered on LMP, please do contact us so we can add it to the wish list. There is also a survey that you could fill out if you would like to tell us more about general content that you would like to see on LMP.

Recording audio and using MIDI in Ardour 3

This video series features a basic overview of recording and editing audio, plus basic recording and editing of MIDI, using Ardour 3. We start by setting up Ardour and creating a new session. After that, we add MIDI tracks, connect our MIDI keyboard, record, and edit MIDI.

Next we add a few audio tracks and record some short segments of guitar. Finally, we do some basic editing of that recording, and some basic arrangements.

This video uses the following gear and software:

Sample-based synthesis: Petri-Foo

A common approach to sound synthesis is to use samples of sounds together with a sampler. In this short video series, we show you how you can use the sampler Petri-foo to create your own interesting sounds, based on samples.

You can read more about Petri-foo and find downloads for it at the official Petri-foo website.

Sound Synthesis: TAL NoizeM4k3r

TAL NoizeM4k3r is a popular and very capable open source synth, with excellent presets and great features. In this small video series, we will take you through the synth's entire interface, explaining what each setting does, and how you can use it to create interesting sounds.

Basic mixing in Ardour 3

In this video series, LMP invites you to mix an entire track together with us. The stems for the track used in this tutorial can be downloaded below. We'll start with importing the stems into Ardour and editing the song material. Next we will arrange the song before doing a basic balanced mix. Finally, we'll throw on some basic mastering effects, and do a few final touches.

Download the stems used in this tutorial series from this link.

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