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[LAA] AV Linux 6.0.3 Released

laa - 52 min 57 sec ago
From: MGV-AV Linux <info@...>
Subject: [LAA] AV Linux 6.0.3 Released
Date: Feb 25, 10:24 pm 2014



Hi fellow LAUs and LADs!

AV Linux 6.0.3 has been released:
www.remastersys.com/forums/index.php?topic=3329.0

Highlights of this release are the newly released Ardour3 3.5.357 with
critical bugfixes and fixed detection of linuxVST plugins, the latest new
JACK1 0.124.1, demo LV2 version of linuxDSP's AF2-10 EQ, The latest
EQ10/CS10/Gate-LV2, fixes to Carla Plugin host binary with SFZ support
fixed, Steam has been added however will not be actively maintained and
LibreOffice is now at 4.2. For more detailed info please consult the
changelog below.

For existing users of either AV Linux 6.0.1b and AV Linux 6.0.2 a
hotfixupdatepak with the core improvements contained in 6.0.3 has been
prepared. AV Linux 6.0.1b users will need to first install the
6.0.1b-6.0.2 updatepak and then the 6.0.3 updates.

Changelog from AV Linux 6.0.2-6.0.3:

Bugfixes:

- Set numlock to off by default to avoid keyboard havoc with Netbooks and
Small Laptops with combined number/letter keys
- Fixed Ardour3 builds to properly detect linuxVST plugins since XFCE4
launchers do not utilize environment variables (thanks Paul Davis!)
- Fixed Carla Plugin Host to properly load SFZ files (thanks falkTX!)
- Fixed DispcalGUI to launch properly
- Removed Compiz button from Wbar to avoid running unwanted instances
- Added all relevant Broadcom Wireless Firmware, Driver and Source
Packages to ease setup as much as possible.

Updates:

- Updated 3.10.27avl2-pae default Kernel (optional RT Build available in
your home folder) – Thanks Trulan Martin!
- Updated Inkscape to 0.48.4
- Updated liblilv to 0.18.0
- Updated libsuil to 0.8.0
- Updated lv2-dev to 1.8.0
- Updated sratom to 0.4.4
- Updated JALV to 1.4.4+ extUI patch
- Updated fabla-lv2 to 1.3
- Updated Qsampler to 0.2.3
- Updated Qtractor to 0.5.12+SVN with debugging and NSM Session fixes
- Updated Pipelight to 0.2.4.2
- Updated Wine-Compholio to 1.7.11
- Updated Qjackctl to 0.3.11
- Updated Ardour/VST3 to 3.5.357
- Updated JACK and jackutils scripts to 0.124.1
- Updated LMMS to 0.4.15
- Updated Vamp-Plugins-SDK to 2.5 (Required to build Ardour3 Cairo Canvas)
- Updated Qsynth to 0.3.8
- Updated Qmidinet to 0.1.3
- Updated Carla to 1.2.4
- Updated Polyphone to 1.2
- Updated EQ10 LV2 to 2.0beta5.1+GTK UI fix
- Updated MDA LV2's to 1.2.2
- Updated LibreOffice to 4.2
- Updated HPLIP to 3.14.1
- Updated Wine to 1.6.2+rt

New Additions

- Steam *NOTE – not being maintained for AV Linux YMMV!
- Qmidictl 0.1.1
- linuxDSP AF-210 EQ LV2 Demo
- Grub Customizer 4.0.3
- Timemachine 0.3.3
- Gmidimonitor 3.6+GIT
- GTK RecordmyDesktop 0.3.8.1+jackfix
- Alternate Ardour launch scripts for special cases: (Netbook sized
screens, Buggy Video Drivers) *Full info in release notes

Release Notes: http://www.bandshed.net/pdf/603-ReleaseNotes.pdf
Get 6.0.3 here: http://www.bandshed.net/AVLinux.html *torrents will be up
soon
HotfixUpdatePak for 6.0.1b - 6.0.2:
http://www.bandshed.net/hotfixupdatepak/AVL-602-HotfixUpdatePak-20131227.zip
HotfixUpdatePak for 6.0.2 - 6.0.3:
http://www.bandshed.net/hotfixupdatepak/AVL-603-HotfixUpdatePak-20140222.zip


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[LAA] lm3jo en deb version 1.1.1-5

laa - 52 min 57 sec ago
From: temps <temps.jo@...>
Subject: [LAA] lm3jo en deb version 1.1.1-5
Date: Feb 24, 9:54 am 2014

announcement
I posted this weekend, lm3jo.deb .
For download here:

http://www.letime.net/vocale/paquet_deb/lm3jo.deb

reminder lm3jo :

Project synthesizer sounds lm3jo



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[LAA] Visceral circuitry emergent body, made in Linux

laa - 52 min 57 sec ago
From: Marco Donnarumma <lists@...>
Subject: [LAA] Visceral circuitry emergent body, made in Linux
Date: Feb 19, 8:41 am 2014

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Dear all!

An incarnated sound sculpture.
Made in with the Xth Sense (Linux Mint + Pd)

https://vimeo.com/86766860

comments, critic, ideas are very welcome,
best wishes!

--
Marco Donnarumma
Performer, body tinkerer, teacher and writer.
#soundandmusic #biotech #freeculture
EAVI - Goldsmiths, University of London
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Portfolio: http://marcodonnarumma.com
Research: http://res.marcodonnarumma.com

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(forgive any x-post)

Dear all!

An incarnated sound sculpture.
Made in with the Xth Sense (Linux Mint + Pd)

https://vimeo.com/86766860



comments, critic, ideas are very welcome,
best wishes!


--
Marco Donnarumma
Performer, body tinkerer, teacher and writer.
#soundandmusic #biotech #freeculture
EAVI - Goldsmiths, University of London
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Portfolio: http://marcodonnarumma.com

Research: http://res.marcodonnarumma.com


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[LAA] Rivendell 2.8.0

laa - 52 min 57 sec ago
From: Fred Gleason <fredg@...>
Subject: [LAA] Rivendell 2.8.0
Date: Feb 16, 10:44 pm 2014

On behalf of the entire Rivendell development team, I'm pleased to announce the availability of Rivendell v2.8.0. Rivendell is a full-featured radio automation system targeted for use in professional broadcast environments. It is available under the GNU General Public License.

>From the NEWS file:
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Changes:
Drag and Drop Configurability. It is now possible to enable/disable
drag and drop capability on a per-host basis as well as configure cart drops
to honor the Setup mode on Sound Panels. See RDAdmin->ManageHosts to
configure.

Metadata Fields. Added 'Album' and 'Label' to the fields
displayed in Cart List in RDLibrary and the Full Log widget in
RDAirPlay.

Independent Log Modes. It is now possible to configure RDAirPlay so
that log modes (LiveAssist vs. Automatic vs. Manual) can be set
independently for each log machine. See RDAdmin->ManageHosts->RDAirPlay
to configure.

Cue Channel Assignments. Channel assignments for cue output from all
modules (include that for RDAirPlay) is now configured in
'RDAdmin->ManageHosts.

Various bug fixes. See the ChangeLog for details.

Database Update:
This version of Rivendell uses database schema version 234, and will
automatically upgrade any earlier versions. To see the current schema
version prior to upgrade, see RDAdmin->SystemInfo.

As always, be sure to run RDAdmin immediately after upgrading to allow
any necessary changes to the database schema to be applied.
*** snip snip ***

Further information, screenshots and download links are available at:

http://www.rivendellaudio.org/

Cheers!


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[LAA] io GNU/Linux new iso uploaded :)

laa - 52 min 57 sec ago
From: MK aka El Doctor <el.doctor@...>
Subject: [LAA] io GNU/Linux new iso uploaded :)
Date: Feb 10, 11:07 am 2014


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Hi,

Well I've been working hard and new images (32 or 64bit) are ready for =
testing=20
:)

"io GNU/Linux is a Live DVD/USB based on the free Operating System Debi=
an=20
(Sid)... and includes a large collection of preinstalled programs for a=
ll=20
uses, especially multimedia creation"

This new version brings a lot of bug fixes, updated softwares and new=20=

features: (systemd, rtirq, encrypted persistence, a getting started and=
=20
more)...

For screenshots, package lists, infos etc... visit:
=2D> http://manu.kebab.free.fr/iognulinux.html

A small demo video is available:
=2D> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3D1UCB5je9lJo

Preparing an USB flash drive (with persistence) HowTo:
=2D> https://sourceforge.net/p/io-gnu-linux/wiki/USB%20install%20howto

Enjoy and happy weekend to all :)

MK

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[LAA] NASPRO 0.5.1 released

laa - 2 hours 2 min ago
From: Stefano D'Angelo <zanga.mail@...>
Subject: [LAA] NASPRO 0.5.1 released
Date: Feb 10, 11:07 am 2014

Hi all,

After one year of complete inactivity here's the NASPRO 0.5.1. A few
bugfixes here and there, and LRDF-equivalent data updated to the
latest CAPS release.

ino, gino, and FreeADSP are dead, but FreeADSP will hopefully
resurrect with a GTK+ GUI.

Website: http://naspro.sourceforge.net

Enjoy!

Stefano
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[LAA] The Friday Interview #16: Fons Adriaensen

laa - Wed, 2014-04-16 18:00
From: Gabbe Nord <gabbe.nord@...>
Subject: [LAA] The Friday Interview #16: Fons Adriaensen
Date: Jan 31, 2:43 pm 2014

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In the 16th interview we talk to another well-known face in the community:
Fons Adriaensen! He's a sound engineer and developer responsible for lots
of invaluable software and plugins in the Linux audio landscape. Thanks to
Fons for the interview!

Check it out at:

http://www.zthmusic.com/fons-adriaensen/

With this, I'll be taking another 2 week break. See you after that!

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In the 16th interview we talk to another well-known face in the community:
Fons Adriaensen! He's a sound engineer and developer responsible for
lots of invaluable software and plugins in the Linux audio landscape. Thanks to Fons for the interview!

Check it out at:

http://www.zthmusic.com/fons-adriaensen/


With this, I'll be taking another 2 week break. See you after that!

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[LAA] io GNU/Linux update ;)

laa - Wed, 2014-04-16 16:50
From: MK aka El Doctor <el.doctor@...>
Subject: [LAA] io GNU/Linux update ;)
Date: Jan 30, 8:15 pm 2014


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Hi guys :)

Updated "io GNU/Linux" ready for download...

Well, now both 32 and 64bits variants are available

Many bug fixes, improvements and new features:

* ThreadIRQs option available at boot menu (rtirq enabled and configured
depending if your default sound card is usb or not)
* Kernel 3.12.8
* Default desktop Enlightenment 0.18.2 (you may have to switch the composite
engine from OpenGL to Software if you experience problems with Jack)
* A little "getting started" is now include (a bit crappy, need to work on
this... krkrkr)
* Full persistence \o/

PS: io GNU/Linux use hybrid disc format and can be started from DVD or USB
devices.
To prepare a bootable USB drive, from a running GNU/Linux system you can use
the command cp, for exemple:
$ cp io-live-hybrid-3.12.8-amd64--20140127-04.08.iso /dev/sdc
#Assuming that your usb drive is /dev/sdc of course ;)
!!! Be careful that it will erase all contents in your usb drive !!!

Feedbacks welcome :)

Enjoy !!

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[LAA] LAC 2014: the Linux Audio Conference - Deadline Extension

laa - Wed, 2014-04-09 09:00
From: Götz Dipper <goetz@...>
Subject: [LAA] LAC 2014: the Linux Audio Conference - Deadline Extension
Date: Jan 27, 6:46 pm 2014

sorry for >< please >> <<

Hi all,

The Linux Audio Conference submissions deadline has been extended! It is
now February 3rd, 2014 (23:59 HAST)

So, if you were considering to submit a paper but couldn't make up your
mind yet, here is your chance to become active! Never forget that this
conference lives through the people participating in it.

February 3rd is the new deadline for all submission types: papers,
music, installations, workshop proposals.

Check out the link below for more info:
http://lac.linuxaudio.org/2014/participation

Please spread this information to anyone who might be interested.
If you have any questions, drop us a line at lac@linuxaudio.org

We are looking forward to seeing you in Karlsruhe in May!
Thanks,

The LAC2014 organization team
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[LAA] The Friday Interview #15: Edgar Aichinger

laa - Mon, 2014-04-07 18:00
From: Gabbe Nord <gabbe.nord@...>
Subject: [LAA] The Friday Interview #15: Edgar Aichinger
Date: Jan 24, 11:38 am 2014

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Hey! This week I talk to Edgar Aichinger, aka edogawa, about making music
using Linux, his road to here, building instruments, and more. Check it out
at: http://www.zthmusic.com/edogawa/

Thanks to Edgar for the interview!

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[LAA] JACK 0.124.1 released

laa - Mon, 2014-04-07 08:40
From: Paul Davis <paul@...>
Subject: [LAA] JACK 0.124.1 released
Date: Jan 22, 8:47 pm 2014

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A minor fix to the build system was required to make sure that JACK 0.124
would build with default settings on systems where the required libraries
for the "zalsa" internal clients were present, but JACK was not already
installed.

There are no functional changes between 0.124.0 and 0.124.1 and on systems
with JACK already installed, no problem would have been noted.

The new release is
hereand
has been tagged with "0.124.1" in git.

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A minor fix to the build system was required
to make sure that JACK 0.124 would build with default settings on
systems where the required libraries for the "zalsa" internal clients
were present, but JACK was not already installed.

There are no functional changes between 0.124.0 and 0.124.1 and on
systems with JACK already installed, no problem would have been noted.


The new release is here and has been tagged with "0.124.1" in git.





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[LAA] JACK 0.124.0 released

laa - Wed, 2014-04-02 07:20
From: Paul Davis <paul@...>
Subject: [LAA] JACK 0.124.0 released
Date: Jan 22, 8:47 pm 2014

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The small but intrepid group of JACK 1 developers announce the release
today of JACK 0.124.0, the latest version of JACK 1. This release features
3 major new features that are designed to make JACK easier to use and
better in several ways, along with a large set of minor bug fixes and
improvements. You can fetch the tarball release
here.
It has been tagged in the JACK 1 git repository as "0.124.0".

One of the "minor" bug fixes will make a huge difference for some users:
if a particular JACK client crashes *only* the misbehaving client will be
"zombified" - other clients will continue functioning normally (after a
short delay). If you are developing JACK applications, this can make a huge
difference to your day-to-day experience of JACK 1. The Metadata API

It is now possible to define arbitrary metadata to be associated with any
JACK port or JACK client. This API lays the groundwork for more useful
naming of ports and clients (particularly those associated with hardware),
as well as many other features that developers have talked about in a JACK
context for several years. The full docs on the API can be found
hereand
there is also a man page for
jack_property, which is the primary command line tool for setting, removing
and changing metadata. A short tutorial on
using the Metadata API is available.
Builtin MIDI hardware I/O (on Linux)

For years, we have known that the performance of the -X seq and -X raw
options to the ALSA backend have left much to be desired. For that reason,
most users have been instructed to use a2jmidid (typically with the -e flag
to tell it use external (hardware) MIDI devices). Although
a2jmididprovided good MIDI I/O, it has two problems:

1. Requires starting an addition program in order to get MIDI I/O via
hardware working
2. Adds latency to the MIDI I/O "through" or "monitor" signal pathway

This release of JACK 1 sees the transformation of a2jmidid into a "slave"
driver that can be started as a part of JACK, much like the old -X seq and
-X raw options. This not only removes the need to start a separate program,
but also reduces the "through" or "monitoring" latency of MIDI I/O by 1
JACK period.

The canonical way to invoke this new internal MIDI driver is with -X
alsa_midi, which will create JACK ports for all MIDI devices (and other
MIDI applications) known to ALSA at the time that JACK starts up. Note that
the new internal driver does not currently notice the arrival or departure
of MIDI hardware or applications, but future improvements will correct
this.

In addition, the old -X seq and -X raw implementations have been removed.
However, using -X seq will be interpreted as a request to use the new
internal MIDI driver, and so is formally equivalent to using -X alsa_midi.
Note that -X seq is an argument to the ALSA backend, and so comes
*after*the backend specification; by contrast, -X
alsa_midi is a server argument, and must come before the backend
specification.

It is worth noting that the server argument -X alsa_midi can be used with
any Linux-based backend (ALSA, OSS, Dummy, Netjack) to get the ALSA MIDI
bridge functional.
Builtin Internal Client for using additional ALSA devices

Older versions of JACK have come with the tools alsa_in and alsa_out which
can be used to add additional ALSA supported audio devices to a running
JACK setup. These tools work quite well, but:

1. Fons Adriennsen developed significantly better versions [message continues]

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[LAA] Rivendell 2.7.0

laa - Mon, 2014-03-31 21:10
From: Fred Gleason <fredg@...>
Subject: [LAA] Rivendell 2.7.0
Date: Jan 17, 8:51 pm 2014

On behalf of the entire Rivendell development team, I'm pleased to announce the availability of Rivendell v2.7.0. Rivendell is a full-featured radio automation system targeted for use in professional broadcast environments. It is available under the GNU General Public License.

>From the NEWS file:
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Changes:
Cart Label Customization. It is now possible to customize the fields
displayed in the Button Log widgets in RDAirPlay and RDCartSlots by
means of templates defined in the 'Display Settings' section of
RDAdmin->ManageHosts->RDAirPlay.

RLM API Extensions. Added support for 'Outcue' and 'Description' fields
to the RLM API.

'Limit Searches' Configuration. Added the ability to specify the
state of the 'Show Only First 100 Matches' checkbox in RDLibrary at
module startup.

Log Description Template. Added the ability to generate custom log
descriptions by means of a template specified in RDAdmin->ManageServices.

CD Ripper Optimizations. Optimized CD ripping to work faster and
more reliably.

Updated Spanish [es] Translation. Provided by Luigino Bracci
.

Import Format Support. Added support for AIFF audio file imports.

RDMarkerSet Utility. Added an rdmarkerset(8) command-line utility
to allow Start/End Library markers to be modified on a bulk basis.

Various bug fixes. See the ChangeLog for details.

Database Update:
This version of Rivendell uses database schema version 231, and will
automatically upgrade any earlier versions. To see the current schema
version prior to upgrade, see RDAdmin->SystemInfo.

As always, be sure to run RDAdmin immediately after upgrading to allow
any necessary changes to the database schema to be applied.
*** snip snip ***

Further information, screenshots and download links are available at:

http://www.rivendellaudio.org/

Cheers!


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[LAA] The Friday Interview #14: Jeremy Jongepier (AutoStatic)

laa - Mon, 2014-03-31 16:30
From: Gabbe Nord <gabbe.nord@...>
Subject: [LAA] The Friday Interview #14: Jeremy Jongepier (AutoStatic)
Date: Jan 17, 11:34 am 2014

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The 14th interview has arrived, this week with Jeremy Jongepier
(AutoStatic), a well-known guy in the community. Check it out! :)

http://www.zthmusic.com/autostatic/

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The 14th interview has arrived, this week with Jeremy Jongepier (AutoStatic), a well-known guy in the community. Check it out! :)

http://www.zthmusic.com/autostatic/



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[LAA] io GNU/Linux 2014.01 (64-bit) iso up :) (screencast too)

laa - Fri, 2014-03-21 19:10
From: MK aka El Doctor <el.doctor@...>
Subject: [LAA] io GNU/Linux 2014.01 (64-bit) iso up :) (screencast too)
Date: Jan 11, 1:23 pm 2014


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Hi all

Uploaded a new live DVD/USB, if you want to give it a try ;)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bT0GsHNnZHs
http://manu.kebab.free.fr/iognulinux.html
https://sourceforge.net/projects/io-gnu-linux/


# Prepare an usb flash drive (for exemple /dev/sdc) (Will erase disk)

wget -c http://sourceforge.net/projects/io-gnu-linux/files/io-live-hybrid-3.12.6-amd64--2014.01.09-23.53.iso/download -O io-live-hybrid-3.12.6-
amd64--2014.01.09-23.53.iso

cp io-live-hybrid-3.12.6-amd64--2014.01.09-23.53.iso /dev/sdc

Enjoy :)

MK
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[LAA] The Friday Interview #13: Bent Bisballe Nyeng of DrumGizmo

laa - Fri, 2014-03-21 11:00
From: Gabbe Nord <gabbe.nord@...>
Subject: [LAA] The Friday Interview #13: Bent Bisballe Nyeng of DrumGizmo
Date: Jan 10, 7:46 pm 2014

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13th interview out, this week with Bent "deva" Bisballe Nyeng, drummer,
programmer, and lead developer of DrumGizmo!

http://www.zthmusic.com/deva/

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13th interview out, this week with Bent "deva" Bisballe Nyeng, drummer, programmer, and lead developer of DrumGizmo!

http://www.zthmusic.com/deva/



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[LAA] Linux Audio Conference 2014 - Call for Participation (Reminder)

laa - Wed, 2014-03-19 09:40
From: Götz Dipper <goetz@...>
Subject: [LAA] Linux Audio Conference 2014 - Call for Participation (Reminder)
Date: Jan 8, 6:31 pm 2014

[Sorry for cross-posting, please distribute]

Just a friendly reminder that January 27th is the deadline for all
submissions to the Linux Audio Conference (LAC 2014), which will take
place at ZKM (Karlsruhe, Germany) in May 2014.
http://lac.linuxaudio.org/2014/

We look forward to seeing you in Karlsruhe in May!

Sincerely,
The LAC 2014 Organizing Team

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Linux Audio Conference 2014 - Call for Participation

We are happy to announce the next issue of the Linux Audio Conference
(LAC), May 1-4, 2014 @ ZKM | Institute for Music and Acoustics, in
Karlsruhe, Germnany.

http://lac.linuxaudio.org/2014/

The Linux Audio Conference is an international conference that brings
together musicians, sound artists, software developers and researchers,
working with Linux as an open, stable, professional platform for audio
and media research and music production. LAC includes paper sessions,
workshops, and a diverse program of electronic music.

*Call for Papers, Workshops, Music and Installations*

We invite submissions of papers addressing all areas of audio processing
and media creation based on Linux. Papers can focus on technical,
artistic and scientific issues and should target developers or users. In
our call for music, we are looking for works that have been produced or
composed entirely/mostly using Linux.

The online submission of papers, workshops, music and installations is
now open at http://lac.linuxaudio.org/2014/participation

The Deadline for all submissions is January 27th, 2014 (23:59 HAST).

You are invited to register for participation on our conference website.
There you will find up-to-date instructions, as well as important
information about dates, travel, lodging, and so on.

This year's conference is hosted by the ZKM | Institute for Music und
Acoustics (IMA). The IMA is a forum for international discourse and
exchange and combines artistic work with research and development in the
context of electroacoustic music. By holding concerts, symposia and
festivals on a regular basis it brings together composers, musicians,
musicologists, music software developers and listeners interested in
contemporary music. Artists in Residence and software developers work on
their productions in studios at the institute. With digital sound
synthesis, algorithmic composition, live-electronics up to radio plays,
interactive sound installations and audiovisual productions their
creations cover a broad range of what digital technology can inspire the
musical fantasy to.

The ZKM is proud to be the place of the LAC for the fifth time after
having initiated the conference in 2003.

http://www.zkm.de/musik

We look forward to seeing you in Karlsruhe in May!

Sincerely,
The LAC 2014 Organizing Team
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[LAA] Csound 6.02 Released

laa - Mon, 2014-03-17 10:50
From: john ffitch <jpff@...>
Subject: [LAA] Csound 6.02 Released
Date: Jan 8, 9:06 am 2014


============================
CSOUND VERSION 6.02
RELEASE NOTES
============================

This new version has a large number of bug fixes (including clearing
all general tickets on SourceForge). It also introduces some major new
facilities such as use as a server, code to run Csound in a browser
and a large generalisation of filter opcodes to have parameters
changeable at audio rate.

Full release notes, sources and binaries can be found of Sourceforge
(https://sourceforge.net/projects/csound/files/csound6/Csound6.02/
or
https://sourceforge.net/projects/csound/
)


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[LAA] BLOP-LV2 1.0.0

laa - Sun, 2014-03-16 10:30
From: David Robillard <d@...>
Subject: [LAA] BLOP-LV2 1.0.0
Date: Jan 7, 7:01 am 2014

BLOP-LV2 1.0.0 is out. BLOP-LV2 is an LV2 port of the BLOP LADSPA
plugins by Mike Rawes. Most of these plugins are relatively low-level
and are mainly useful in modular hosts such as Ingen.

This is the initial release of BLOP-LV2.

Download: http://download.drobilla.net/blop-lv2-1.0.0.tar.bz2
Signature: http://download.drobilla.net/blop-lv2-1.0.0.tar.bz2.sig

More about BLOP-LV2: http://drobilla.net/software/blop-lv2

Enjoy,

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[LAA] MDA-LV2 1.2.2

laa - Sun, 2014-03-16 10:30
From: David Robillard <d@...>
Subject: [LAA] MDA-LV2 1.2.2
Date: Jan 7, 7:01 am 2014

MDA-LV2 1.2.2 is out. MDA-LV2 is an LV2 port of the MDA plugins by Paul
Kellett.

Download: http://download.drobilla.net/mda-lv2-1.2.2.tar.bz2
Signature: http://download.drobilla.net/mda-lv2-1.2.2.tar.bz2.sig

More information about MDA-LV2: http://drobilla.net/software/mda-lv2

This "oops" release fixes compilation against older versions of LV2. If
you have LV2 1.8.0, there is no reason to upgrade.

Enjoy,

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