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Linux Show Player 0.4.1 released

Linux Show Player 0.4.1 released

A new version of Linux Show Player is now available.

What's new:

  •  Add:Translation support (currently: English, Italian, Spanish, Slovenian) [! Help wanted !]
  •  Update: UI Improvements, in settings dialogs
  •  Minor improvements & fixes

Linux Show Player (or LiSP for short) is a free cue player designed for sound-playback in stage production.
The goal of the project is to provide a complete playback software for musical plays, theater shows and similar.

New video tutorial describing a complete audio production workflow using Muse and Ardour

New video tutorial describing a complete audio production workflow using Muse and Ardour

Libre Music Production proudly presents Michael Oswalds new 8+ hours video tutorial describing a complete audio production workflow using Muse and Ardour.

In this tutorial you will learn how to import, clean up and edit a MIDI file using MusE. It then goes on to show how to import the MIDI file into Ardour and setting up instruments to play the song. On to guitar recording and audio editing in Ardour, selecting sounds and editing several takes.

The tutorial continues with vocal recording and editing, mixing and mastering the song.

A complete audio production workflow with Muse and Ardour

Audio production with Muse and Ardour is a 6 part video tutorial showing a complete workflow using FLOSS audio tools.

In this tutorial you will learn how to import, clean up and edit a MIDI file using MusE. It then goes on to show how to import the MIDI file into Ardour and setting up instruments to play the song.

On to guitar recording and audio editing in Ardour, selecting sounds and editing the takes.

The tutorial continues with vocal recording and editing, mixing and mastering the song.

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.

 

 

Creating a simple synthesizer in Pure Data – Part II

Creating a simple synthesizer in Pure Data – Part II

Part I: A simple synthesizer in Pure Data – Part I

The next steps:

What we are going to do now is to add an ADSR envelope to our synthesizer and then allow it to play more than one note simultaneously.

New Calf Studio Gear demos

Markus Schmidt has posted a new video demonstrating the many plugins of the Calf Studio Gear suite. The Calf developers are currently working towards a new stable release. The version of Calf used in the screencast is 0.0.60pre2+. Check it out!

Creating a simple synthesizer in Pure Data – Part I

Creating a simple synthesizer in Pure Data –  Part I

What is the objective of this tutorial?

In this tutorial we're going to make a very simple synthesizer using Pure Data and learn its concepts and workflow along the way. The objective is to get you started with the software in a kind of hands-on approach, doing something relatively useful, relatively quick. If you want in-depth stuff, there are some great sites on the internet. See pd-tutorial.com and the Pure Data FLOSS manual.

Calf Studio Gear demonstration videos

With the up and coming release of version 0.0.60 of the Calf plugin suite, Markus Schmidt has been posting some videos demonstrating some of the plugins. Check them out!

Jannis Pohlmann: How I produce music with Ardour

Jannis Pohlmann: How I produce music with Ardour

This article is written for all those interested in setting up a Linux home studio and using Ardour to record and mix their music, with the help of numerous free and open source tools and plugins.

I will illustrate my setup and processes based on songs created with my solo band MÆNAD, covering the recording setup, miking, audio interfaces, Linux configuration, tracking different instruments with Ardour, various mixing tricks using pass filters, equalizers, compressors and more, as well as exporting to WAV and FLAC/MP3.

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