[LAU] new software
robin at gareus.org
Thu Apr 26 16:54:53 UTC 2012
On 04/26/2012 02:24 PM, Dave Phillips wrote:
> 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.
Thanks for posting those.
Your efforts at linux-sound.org are continued by a group of dedicated
individuals in the linuxaudio.org wiki. The one page:
updates and new apps feed:
> 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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