[LAU] new software

Dave Phillips dlphillips at woh.rr.com
Thu Apr 26 12:24:16 UTC 2012


Since I'm no longer writing monthly articles for the Linux Journal and 
I'm no longer maintaining the site at linux-sound.org, I've decided that 
you lucky LAUyers will get to read what I think is fresh and new in the 
world of Linux audio software. Gods willing and the creek don't rise, 
I'll put occasional notices here about recently-announced apps and other 
softs that might be of interest to Linux audio-type folk.

Today it's ScoreDate :


"It is an open source software written in Java that helps musicians to 
learn music reading. It is suitable for any skill, from beginners to 
professional users. From slow training to first sight reading."

And Jeff Hubbard's work with his LibModSynth :


"LibModSynth is a library of high quality audio DSP modules built with 
sound quality, CPU efficiency and interoperability in mind. The library 
is designed to make writing plugins easy, even if you have little or no 
experience programming in C, C++ or Qt."

Jeff's used his library to write some nice DSSI plugins, so now's the 
time to lobby for DSSI support in Ardour3. :)

And finally Dave Robillard has released LV2 1.0 and a batch of Paul 
Keller's MDA plugins for it :



Remember, you'll need most of Dave's software - suil, sord, serd, 
sratom, probably others - for a complete LV2 system. Be sure to read his 
notes on installation and configuration.



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