[LAU] Current Developments in Linux Audio ?
bthaleproductions at gmail.com
Fri Oct 29 16:57:13 CEST 2021
I also wanted to follow up on what I just said with audio software on
Linux tends to just get better. I don't think enough credit is given to
already existing software. Yoshimi for instance is always super
impressive to see all the new features, bug fixes, and refinements.
Ardour and Qjackctl surprises me too. For instance, the new Recording
tab in Ardour is really useful.
One last project that impresses me is kdenlive. Kdenlive is always
getting better and more feature-rich. I feel confident in my ability to
make videos on Linux.
Thanks for reading my rant,
On 10/29/21 10:51, Brandon Hale wrote:
> Pipewire is a BIG new addition. I was very excited to see I could use
> two audio interfaces at the same time and route them wherever I want
> with qjackctl! :) However
> There have been some cool new audio plugins too. For instance,
> Vitalium is an awesome synth that I've heard is comparable to MASSIVE
> (I've never tried massive though). I've played around a little bit in
> Vitalium and it is feature-rich.
> I've gotten some new plugins from the Arch pro-audio group. For
> instance, there are a couple of plugins I have not tried yet:
> Artican's TheFunction and ThePilgrim
> Creative Intent's Temper
> They have nice looking guis, but I haven't heard them yet.
> There is also a new way to load Window's vsts: yabridge. It's been
> getting a lot of attention on the Linux_Audio subreddit, but this is
> another thing I haven't tried yet as I tend to use linvst for Windows
> vsts, and I don't use very many.
> Let me know if I missed anything. The Linux kernel itself is also
> always exciting because new audio hardware tends to "just work". The
> other day at work I was able to plug in and use a Scarlet 2i2 without
> any installation of drivers or junkware. How nice is that?
> Brandon Hale
> On 10/29/21 05:53, Jeremy Jongepier wrote:
>> Hello Niklas,
>> On 29-10-2021 11:28, nik at parkellipsen.de wrote:
>>> I've basically been using the same configuration (Arch/ALSA/Jack2)
>>> for years now and it's stable
>>> and everything, but I feel like I've been living under a rock when
>>> it comes to Linux Audio developments,
>>> so I thought I'd reach out and ask if there's any current
>>> developments that I should follow or toy around
>>> with ...
>> PipeWire maybe?
>> Linux-audio-user mailing list
>> Linux-audio-user at lists.linuxaudio.org
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