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Linux Audio Links

Discussion in 'Recording' started by llornkcor, Feb 21, 2003.

  1. llornkcor

    llornkcor Active Member

    Linux Midi & Sound Applications -
    http://sound.condorow.net/one-page.html

    Alsa -
    http://www.alsa-project.org/

    Demudi - Debian Music Distribution -
    http://www.demudi.org/main/main.php3

    Here's sourceforges audio software map.
    Many of these may or may not come with binaries.
    NorthernSounds' messageboard
     
  2. p0rk

    p0rk Guest

    Here's a few links for current Linux audio apps. See the above http://sound.condorow.net/one-page.html for a (mostly) complete list.

    AlsaModularSynth - Real time synth and effects processor

    Spiral Synth Modular - Another synth

    amSynth - Analogue modelling synth.

    ecasound - Multipurpose audio effects processor / wave editor

    Rosegarden - Audio and MIDI sequencer

    Ardour - And then of course, there's Ardour. Ardour will probably be the the 'killer app' for Linux audio once it is completed. You can download the source via CVS and compile it, but be warned --it's probably not going to be easy.
     
  3. SonOfSmawg

    SonOfSmawg Well-Known Member

    Here are some more:

    ReZound

    Anthem

    DAP

    GNUsound

    Bristol synth

    Audacity

    LAoE

    MIDI Mountain

    MusE

    Kguitar
     
  4. Just a quick note to say hello and note that the preferred URL for my site is http://linux-sound.org. Thanks to Michael John for the invitation to check out recording.org, I hope we can establish some good dialog here.

    Btw, ecasound is not a wave editor but it is a powerful command-line multitrack/multichannel recorder. Actually it's more than that but I don't have much time to adequately describe it right now.

    Also btw: Ardour isn't that hard to build if you have the correct components. It's looking pretty good these days. IIRC the PlanetCCRMA package includes everything needed to successfully build Ardour, so that might be the best way for anyone who'd like to give it (and all the other PlanetCCRMA goodies) a trial run.

    I admire the great Windows and Mac audio software out there, and I'm happy to see Linux attract some attention in the pro audio field. We still have a journey ahead of us, but the ride is getting easier.
     
  5. llornkcor

    llornkcor Active Member

    for those of you that are google-challenged:
    http://ccrma-www.stanford.edu/planetccrma/software/
     
  6. SonOfSmawg

    SonOfSmawg Well-Known Member

    DAVE! What a quick response! I really appreciate that you've come to check us out, and I hope that you enjoy the site. Your site provides such a huge pool of resources that it could keep me busy for years. But then again, I'm a Linux nOOb, so I'm happy just to find Linux info that I can understand! LOL

    Michael John

    :c:
     

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