New major release of Ardour, version 5 is released!

New major release of Ardour, version 5 is released!

The release of Ardour 5 has just been announced. This new release comes with some major new features and is a significant upgrade from the 4.x series. It is also the first release that officially supports the Windows platform. The following is a rundown of some of the latest features.

VCA faders

Ardour now includes VCA faders, a long requested feature.

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 :

LMP Asks #20: An interview with Marius Stärk

LMP Asks #20: An interview with Marius Stärk

This month LMP Asks talks to Marius Stärk, Linux enthusiast and musician who produces all his music with FLOSS tools.

Hi Marius, thank you for taking the time to do this interview. Where do you live, and what do you do for a living?

My name is Marius Stärk, I'm 28 years old and I live in the city of Aachen, a medium-sized city at Germany's western border, adjacent to Belgium and the Netherlands.

July 2016 Newsletter out now - Interviews, News and more

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

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

  • 3 new 'LMP Asks' interviews
  • News
  • New software release announcements

and more!

July 2016 - Interviews with Frank Piesik, Andrew Lambert & Neil Cosgrove and Vladimir Sadovnikov

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Welcome to our July newsletter!

LMP Asks Interview x 3

This time around we have 3 brand new interviews.

LMP Asks #17: An interview with Frank Piesik

LMP talks with Frank Piesik, a musician, inventor and educator living in Bremen.

LMP Asks #19: An interview with Vladimir Sadovnikov

LMP Asks #19: An interview with Vladimir Sadovnikov

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.

Check out 'Why, Phil?', new Linux audio webshow series

Check out 'Why, Phil?', new Linux audio webshow series

Philip Yassin has recently started an upbeat Linux audio webshow series called 'Ask Phil?'. Only recently started, the series has already notched up an impressive 7 episodes, most of which revolve around Phil's favourite DAW, Qtractor.

The "Gang of 3" is loose again

The "Gang of 3" is loose again

The Vee One Suite aka. the gang of three old-school homebrew software instruments, respectively synthv1, as a polyphonic subtractive synthesizer, samplv1, a polyphonic sampler synthesizer and drumkv1 as one another drum-kit sampler, are here released once again, now in their tenth reincarnation.

LMP Asks #18: Andrew Lambert & Neil Cosgrove

LMP Asks #18: Andrew Lambert & Neil Cosgrove

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!

John Option release debut album, "The cult of John Option"

John Option release debut album, "The cult of John Option"

John Option have just released "The cult of John Option". This is their debut album and it brings together all their singles published in the past few months, including remix versions.

As always, John Option's music is published under the terms of the Creative Commons License (CC-BY-SA) and is produced entirely using free software.

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