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Ardour 6.5 adds support for VST 3 plugins (open source digital audio workstation)

Ardour is an open source digital audio workstation DAW for recording editing, and mixing music, podcasts, or other audio content. Available for Linux, Mac, and Windows it’s basically a free software alternative to commercial software like Pro Tools, Adobe Audition, Logic, Reaper, or Studio One. Up until recently it was missing something that most other […]

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Lilbits #404: Handheld gaming, jailbreaking, and open source audio editing

Another day, another project to build a handheld gaming computer — this time powered by an AMD Ryzen 4000U processor. The Aya handheld gaming PC is still just in the concept phase for now. But given the developments we’ve seen in this space over the past year or two, it’s entirely plausible that a portable […]

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Lilbits 384: Stay inside and stream (or game, or read, or whatever)

Last week I put together a list of 40+ free things to stream, play, read, watch, or listen to while you’re stuck at home trying to flatten the curve and maybe load up on carbohydrates. But companies kept offering up more freebies. So as of now the list has ballooned to become 70+ freebies for […]

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Open source audio editor Ardour 5.0 launches for Linux, OS X, and Windows

Ardour is a free and open source digital audio workstation which can be used to record and mix music, podcasts, or just about anything else. The software has been available for Linux and Mac for over a decade. Now it’s also available for Windows. Ardour 5.0 has just been released, and one of the most […]