Hello everyone! This is a track I've been working on with a friend who's crazy about DNB, livecoded with the TidalCycles programming framework, recorded with Ardour, and lightly edited in Audacity. - Source: Reddit / 7 days ago
No DRM is necessary ever. The simplest way is to ask for money and setup a paywall in front of the binaries as seen here. - Source: Reddit / 10 days ago
Ardour is another open source project (GPL2). It has paid binaries, but you can compile from source if you want it for free. It can do pretty much anything LMMS does + recording, but has less default instruments and samples. It is also imo a bit more annoying to set up. A great source to learn from in ardour though is unfa. In his older videos he is using LMMS, but newer ones are ardour. - Source: Reddit / 13 days ago
Other tools: Ardour (as the default DAW) Audacity (for usual editing and recording) Non-Session Manager Carla Plugin Host (Neat way to manage plugins on Linux!) Catia Patchbay (That first screenshot is from here!) Aj-snapshot (Click a snapshot of your JACK/ALSA connections, with one command!) Vcvrack (The most fun thing, ever.) Cava (Fancy sound visualization in terminal for ALSA). - Source: Reddit / 23 days ago
Too much ill-will generated with this sudden takeover of audacity. Best to move on to alternatives and forks and forget about Audacity's new owners. https://ardour.org/. - Source: Hacker News / 26 days ago
I was chatting with a friend about this yesterday. A little searching turned up Ardour, which appears to be offered under the same freeware licence that Audacity was, while looking to be a whole lot more useful. Non-destructive editing, for a start. - Source: Reddit / 26 days ago
I'm currently looking at Ardour and MuSE as replacements. - Source: Reddit / 28 days ago
If you're looking for a good alternative to Audacity for doing audio recording/production I recommend Ardour. (https://ardour.org/). - Source: Hacker News / 28 days ago
So far I'm aware that with the help of Ardour you can play a video, so that one can do lip-syncing manually. And, as it supports VST plugins, something like SynchroArts' VocALign should work (kind of emulating ADR), shouldn't it? - Source: Reddit / 29 days ago
As far as making money, one other strategy I've seen is to charge for pre-compiled binaries, even though the source is available. (Ardour)[https://ardour.org] does this. You can get compiled versions through distro repositories, and you can also just compile it yourself, but if you don't feel like doing that (or want to support the project) you can just get the compiled version from the website. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
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