LV2

The making of tubeAmp: don’t moan, write code
by Alexandre Prokoudine

Interview with Oleg Kapitonov, developer of the free guitar amp simulator for Linux

MOD Duo, Linux-based multieffect pedal, gets crowdfunded
by Alexandre Prokoudine

The MOD team has raised $82,781 and is planning to deliver their new Linux-based multieffect pedal to musicians around June 2015.

Explore new ideas with latest Distrho’s softsynths
by Alexandre Prokoudine

Filipe Coelho released new ports of synths that are based on Yamaha DX7, Oberheim OB-X, and Roland TB-303.

Meters.lv2 plugins released to provide advanced audio level meters
by Alexandre Prokoudine

Robin Gareus announced the first public version of meters.lv2 — a bundle of LV2 plugins for audio level meering and advanced sound analysis.

Free Calf audio and MIDI plug-ins get a major update
by Alexandre Prokoudine

Two years of work and 20 new plug-ins — was it worth waiting? The much anticipated new release of Calf audio plug-ins is out for all Linux-based music makers and sound engineers.

LV2 from developers’ standpoint
by Alexandre Prokoudine

Today we are talking to Rui Nuno Capela, lead developer of Qtractor, and Mike Start, founder of linuxDSP.

LV2 1.0 released, what’s next?
by Alexandre Prokoudine

Last week David Robillard announced availability of LV2 1.0, the first officially stable release of the free API for creating virtual instruments and audio effects.

What’s up with free multimedia production tools in 2010
by Alexandre Prokoudine

It's about time to draw a line between 2010 and 2011 and have a look at what was happening to the multimedia production stack of free apps this year.