🎤 I am planning to make some videos testing various audio interfaces with Linux, focusing on "bedroom producers". 🎵
However - I need YOU to answer a few questions before I can begin my work.
Your input will help me choose devices to buy. Please take some time to research the options - there's a lot that you may have not heard about, that could present great value.
PS: Feel free to boost this toot :)
Today I'm doing another monthly livestream! I'll make some music live, answer your questions and play your music submission - all using 100% libre software and Linux!
I'll see you in 6 hours!
Delay Architect is a very inspiring, open-source delay plug-in that lets you visually create a sequence of delay taps with different volume, panning, filtering and pitchshifting applied. Awesome stuff!
Here's an in-depth tutorial about creating seamless audio loops (using FOSS of course!).
This is a common thing needed for game sound effects.
I cover Audacity (RIP) and Ardour showing a comparison between the two - their strengths and weaknesses. I loop 7 sounds ranging from trivial to tricky, showcasing many awesome techniques I've figured out during my years of work as a sound designer. Enjoy!
I've created a YouTube playlist that should server as a nice course of Ardour for beginners.
Starting with an overview, then going in with a practical quickstart, then going into the MIDI masterclass (which also teaches a lot of tangential general tools and concepts of Ardour).
Enjoy, and feel free to send to people who may want to learn Ardour!
Also feel free to suggest what should I add in :)
In case you missed it, I've made a video explaining what is Free Software and how is it different from Freeware. Feel free to share it with others!
It was also produced entirely with free software on Linux - more in the video's description).
SoNoMu (Sound Noise Music) is a mastodon instance for musicians, sound-artists, producers of any kind of aural noise, songwriters, bedroom producers, sonic manglers and algorave livecoders. -> more...