AV Linux 2016: The Release

AV Linux 2016: The Release

With this release, Glen is moving away from the 'everything but the kitchen sink' approach and instead is focusing on providing a very stable base suitable for low latency audio production.

Ardour 4.7 released

Ardour 4.7 released

Ardour 4.7 is now available, including a variety of improvements and minor bug fixes. The two most significant changes are:

Qtractor 0.7.5 (hazy photon) is out!

Qtractor 0.7.5 (hazy photon) is out!

Qtractor, the audio/MIDI multi-track sequencer, has reached the 0.7.5 milestone!!


Highlights for this dot/beta release:

Building SuperCollider 3.7.0 from Source (Debian)

Building SuperCollider 3.7.0 from Source (Debian)

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.

SuperCollider 3.7.0 Released

SuperCollider is an environment and programming language for real time audio synthesis and algorithmic composition. It provides an interpreted object-oriented language which functions as a network client to a state of the art, realtime sound synthesis server.

SuperCollider 3.7.0, over two years in the making, has finally been released!  Additions and fixes include (from the News in 3.7 help file):

New Guitarix preset from Sebastian Posch

Sebastian Posch, Guitarix user extra-ordinaire, has released some new videos. Guitarix is a modular, virtual amplifier where you can choose different preamp and amp models, combine them with various effects and speaker cabinet emulations to come up with your very own tones.

First out is his "Dope: Stoner/Doom Metal Preset for Guitarix":

MiniLAC Berlin 2016

MiniLAC Berlin 2016

  MiniLAC is a more compact, community-driven version of the yearly Linux Audio Conference.

A place to talk to developers of your favorite Linux (capable) audio software, music producers, developers coming together, thinking about the future shape of Linux Audio.

 

 

DFasma 1.4.4 released

DFasma 1.4.4 released

DFasma is a free open-source software which is used to compare audio files in time and frequency. The comparison is first visual, using wavforms and spectra. It is also possible to listen to time-frequency segments in order to allow perceptual comparison. It is basically dedicated to analysis. Even though there are basic functionnalities to align the signals in time and amplitude, this software does not aim to be an audio editor.

TuxGuitar 1.3.0 released

After over six years without a release, TuxGuitar 1.3.0 is now available with lots of fixes and new features. Here's a list of changes from TuxGuitar website:

AV Linux 2016 news

Glen McArthur has just posted a preview video of what will become the next release of AV Linux. The upcoming release will be based on a carefully put together version of Debian testing, optimised for use with audio production.

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