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Basil Hall's Spring 2010 Presentation on Ardour, an open source Digital Audio Workstation.

Basil Hall's Spring 2010 Presentation on Ardour, an open source Digital Audio Workstation.

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  • 1. Ardour
    A Versatile, Open Source
    Digital Audio Workstaion
  • 2. What is Ardour?
    Recording
    Mixing
    Editing
    Mastering
    Live Audio Effects
    Supports Linux and OS X.
    ProTools
    Logic (Mac)
    Sonar Studio (PC)
    Nuendo
    Cubase LE
    Digital Performer (Mac)
    GarageBand
  • 3. JACK
    A versatile audio routing subsystem.
    Allows you to route physical inputs to multiple programs simultaneously.
    Allows you to connect outputs and inputs of programs into each other.
    Low latency
    Ardour uses this for its backend interfacing. It does not directly interface with the hardware.
  • 4. Plug-in Support
    Ardour primarily supports the LADSPA plug-in format. (Linux Audio Developers Simple Plugin API)
    LADSPA plug-ins are open source and there are a large number of them available.
    If Ardour is running on OS X, it also natively supports Apple's Audio Units (AU) plug-ins.
    Ardour can also be compiled with native VST support, but this is not distributed with any of the binaries.
    Any plug-ins not supported can likely be run in stand alone mode and routed into Ardour through JACK.
  • 5. Now… Let’s see for ourselves