This is a the second part of the interview with Paul Davis. It's time to talk about some big stuff that is relevant to virtually every user of Linux audio applications for music-making.
This is the first part of a long interview with Paul Davis, founder and lead developer of Ardour, free/libre digital audio workstation.
Interview with Oleg Kapitonov, developer of the free guitar amp simulator for Linux
New version of the free/libre DAW brings sleeker UI, new editing tools, native CoreAudio/ASIO support
If you read one of our recent interviews, you probably remeber Rui's vitriol against LV2, a free API for audio/MIDI plug-ins. Well, guess what the newest release of his MIDI sequencer got.
Yesterday Paul Davis released another beta of Ardour 3, a free digital audio workstation for Linux and Mac. The new version got some kickass new features.
A few days ago Paul Davis released first beta of Ardour 3, a free DAW for Linux and Mac, with 3 months worth of work.
Few days ago developers of OpenOctaveMidi, a new/old digital audio workstation for Linux, presented the brand new v2011, the culmination of several years of work.
Apparently support for native VST on Linux is gaining momentum. That's definitely the case for the new version of Qtractor.
Rui Nuno Capela released a new version of free MIDI sequencer called Qtractor (Linux only) that finally has basic working support for automation.
Few days ago three digital audio workstations (DAW) for Linux were released within 24 hours — an interesting coincidence, especially since all three releases represent various stages of completeness.