Two new sets of AMB plugins are available at
First order panners, Z-axis rotation, and dominance.
Third order panners, Z-axis rotation, converters for SN3D to/from
N3D and FuMa.
See the README for details.
All of them now use the 'Ambix' format and gains (except of course
the convertors at the non-SN3D side).
Ambix format uses ACN channel order, as does Ambdec. So e.g. Ardour
master outputs will be in the same order as Ambdec inputs, but channel
numbers are offset by 1, for example:
Ardour master Ambdec input
1 in.0 (W)
2 in.1 (Y)
3 in.2 (Z)
4 in.3 (X)
If you use these with Ambdec, don't forget to check the 'Input scaling'
in the configuration dialog. This should be set to 'SN3D'. If necessary,
change, apply and optionally save the preset.
I just noticed to day that I never have done a proper release for
I use it since 3 years every day, mostly without notice it at all.
Today I receive a contribution which fix some (small, but well worth to
fix) issues, that reminds me
to go and make a release.
From the README:
> Make JACK Work With PulseAudio
> This script is intended to be invoked via QjackCtl to start up and
> shut down JACK on a system running PulseAudio. It handles the
> necessary setup to make the two work together, so PulseAudio clients
> get transparently routed through JACK while the latter is running, or
> if pulseaudio is suspend by pasuspender, do nothing
> Usage: in QjackCtl’s Settings window, in the “Options” tab, enter the
> pajackconnect start &
> in the field labelled “Execute script after Startup”, and put
> pajackconnect stop &
> in the field labelled “Execute script on Shutdown”.
> pajackconnect reset &
> in the field labelled “Execute script after Shutdown”.
> for use jack without pulseaudio, add in Qjackctl setting window in the
> serverpath field 'pasuspender -- ' before 'jackd', save settings as
> "No Pulse" for example. Remove 'pasuspender -- ', and save settings as
> 'Pulse'. Now you can select from the Qjackctl setting window, if you
> would start jack with or without pulse.
> To make it work after suspend, the file resume-fix-pulseaudio.service
> needs to be installed and enabled. If you use the debian package, the
> package installer handle that for you.
I want to share the track The Snipers (the punk rock band I play with)
just released. I'll just put all the links so you can pick whatever you
The track was recorded and mixed 100% on Linux by me.
Drums are made with DrumGizmo using the Crocell kit, guitars and bass
were recorded dry and reamped directly with Gx plugins in the Ardour
bus, then some CALF Compressor and Dragonfly Reverb here and there, a
sprinkle of eq10q and some Auburn Sounds Graillon on the voices (I may
be missing some plugins, I don't have the session on the pc I'm on right
I really enjoyed being able to reamp guitars on the fly so I think this
will be my go to setup also for future work (in the past I recorded the
output of guitarix while playing _and_ the dry signal, but I always
ended up just using the effected output because I was too lazy to reamp).
Let me know if you have any tips (I'm self taught so I always welcome
Also, I want to thank all the developers that make producing music on
due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis, we decided to report the
conference to later in the year, in the first week of december 2020.
Precise dates will be communicated soon, most likely the conference will
take place during the 3/4/5 december.
Apologies for the issues this may cause to anyone who had prepared a
travel - we put a priority on the health safety of everyone who wants to
take part to the event.
The LAC team
I'm in the process of doing this (in python) with opus. Sending audio to icecast works with a PUT request to the source mount point along with the source password. So if you have an audio stream, like if you use opusenc (from the opus-tools package) and pipe it to something that can stream the data as an http request, either a small script or using oggfwd, then you'll have opus as your encoding format. Seems like you got it working with ffmpeg though too.
We just released a new video with Plagiat:
(for those who want only the audio, here it is:
It's our *genuine autotuned balla**d* piece, and it's supposed to have
been realized in live conditions (I let you bet...).
As always, only free softwares have been used. The list is given below.
For those who care, this video clip contains a microtonal version of
x42-fat autotuner, for the best reasons as you can experience at the end
of the tune!
Hope you enjoy, and all our apologies to Hollywood and to "Le cinéma" in
*List of softwares:*
- frei0r plugins
/Mixing and mastering:/
- jackd + alsa + hdsptools
- calf plugins
- x42-fat autotune
- invada plugins
- C* scape delay
- bitrot tapestopand slicer
- swh plugins
- caps plugins
The audio source files can be found here:
The video source files will soon be uploaded.
AMMD - Freak & Free Arts Coo[r]p
www.ammd.net - 0962539719