[LAU] Current Developments in Linux Audio ?

Christopher Arndt chris at chrisarndt.de
Fri Oct 29 18:07:23 CEST 2021

Am 29.10.21 um 16:51 schrieb Brandon Hale:
> There have been some cool new audio plugins too. 

Another important development, for me at least, is that we now finally 
have a good selection of libraries, which enable the use of the SFZ 
format by plugins and other sample player software: sfizz, liquidsfz, 
linusampler, calfbox, et al. and most of them have good support for new 
SFZ features. The situation just a few years ago was very different.

And, though not strictly Linux or FLOSS-related, let's not forget 
http://sfzformat.com/, which is an amazing effort.

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