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Blender 3.0 is out, Bespoke Synth, VCV Rack 2 and Cardinal are gaining momentum
Apple joins Blender Dev Fund, Ardour gets clip launching as part of future live looping features
A surprising CAD + music production domination in the news
The famous free/libre audio editor will stay free/libre
New version of FluidSynth reads DLS samples and has new reverb engine
MyPaint gets better smudging and initial filmic support.
MuseScore 3.0 is out, Blender turns 25 years old.
NVidia publishes PhysX SDK physics engine as an open source project
Much anticipated major update of MuseScore brings score layout improvements, linked parts, guitar fret diagrams and tabulatures, the importing of Guitar Pro files, and more exciting new features.
It is done: score and recordings of J.S. Bach's the Well-Tempered Clavier Book 1 as prepared by MuseScore team and played by Kimiko Ishizaka are now in public domain.
MuseScore team, Robert Douglass, and Kimiko Ishizaka are joining forces again to liberate more work by J.S. Bach, this time — The Well-Tempered Clavier.
Last night, Google started publishing the list of mentoring organizations accepted to the Summer of Code 2013 program
The Open Goldberg Variations project has reached the last milestone: recordings and scores are available as public domain for admirers of classical music.
New versions of Rosegarden, a MIDI sequencer and score editor, and MuseScore, simply a score editor were released one after another over last several days.