AV Linux 2018.6.25 (aka "50 years of GMaq!") has been released, I have
entered a new decade today and want to celebrate with an improved AVL
The April AV Linux 2018.4.12 release had a lot of improvements and
updates with regards to the Audio and Video applications but some
improvements needed to be made for systems with UEFI booting and
systems with recent AMD Video display adapters not covered by SGFXI. I
personally have no UEFI (or AMD) computers to test with and only could
use VirtualBox for UEFI testing and thanks to bug reports from a few
users and several fixes provided by our forum member 'korakios' I
think many of the issues for actual hardware UEFI machines have now
been addressed. If you have already successfully installed and updated
AV Linux 2018.4.12 then you will not really need to be concerned with
the updated June ISOs.
-New 4.16 kernel with full RT Preempt and improved support for newer
AMD Video cards.
-threadirqs was accidentally removed from the grub boot options, now
-UEFI boots that failed due to missing FAT32 ascii modules should now
-Unetbootin boot failures due to missing FAT32 ascii modules should
now be fixed.
-Virtualbox Guest Additions will now be automatically removed on
-Cinelerra 5.1 (aka Cin) has a new functionality to support LV2 Audio
Plugins (initial release, may require restart on first run).
-LSP Plugins are updated to 1.1.2
-Cleaned up wrong menu entry of ZynAddSubFX JACK multi
-Updated relevant info in the AV Linux User Manual.
A huge thanks to korakios for the work on UEFI improvements and trulan
for the updated 4.16 kernels, thanks also to those who provided bug
reports and tested ISOs, your time is very much appreciated!
The linuxaudio.org mirror is up and running, Bytemark will come online
sometime in the next few days.
Get it here:
Radium is a vertical music editor. Radium is inspired by trackers, but uses
more graphics to show musical data. Radium is also a multitracker and
supports MIDI sequencing and hard disk recording.
Radium has features like smooth scrolling, zooming, automation, piano roll,
embedded Pure Data (Pd), and embedded Faust.
* Homepage: http://users.notam02.no/~kjetism/radium/
* Demonstration video by Tobias Lutzenkirchen showing some of the features:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FhwmT0G5EwM (Radium 3.9.1)
*Demonstration video showing developing Faust programs inside Radium:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJm9Lox1WFA (Radium 3.9.4)
* Other videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/KjetilMatheussen/videos
Changes 5.5.8 -> 5.7.8:
* Sequencer: Support hard disk recording.
* Sequencer: Track headers with name field, volume slider, panning slider,
and checkboxes for record, mute, and solo.
* Sequencer: Punch in and punch out markers for recording.
* Sequencer: Faster graphics.
* Sequencer: 50% smaller peak files.
* MIDI Learn: Support changing tempo.
* Editor: Realtime display of notes while recording from MIDI.
* Plugins: Show a virtual keyboard below GUIs of plugins that accept MIDI.
* Mixer: Various improvements to MIDI-learn and modulators.
* Demo songs: One new demo song, "Romance" by Nikos Levantis.
* Many other bug fixes and improvements.
* 226 other changes. (331 git commits)
Full changelog: https://github.com/kmatheussen/radium/blob/master/Changelog
Guitarix release 0.37.1
Guitarix is a tube amplifier simulation for
jack (Linux), with an additional mono and a stereo effect rack.
Guitarix includes a large list of LV2 and LADSPA plugins, and support
LADSPA / LV2 plugs as well in it's racks.
The guitarix engine is designed for LIVE usage, and feature ultra fast,
glitch and click free preset switching and is full Midi and remote
controllable (the Web UI is not included in the distributed tar ball).
From the changelog:
* fix build issues on FreeBSD
Refer to our project page for more information: