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List of free software for audio List of free software for audio This list of free software for audio lists notable free and open source software for use by sound engineers, audio producers, and those involved in sound recording and reproduction. Audio analysis[edit] Converters[edit]

LMMS - Linux MultiMedia Studio

News 2013-06-12: LMMS 0.4.15 has been released! Available for Linux and Windows - download here. 2013-04-07: LMMS 0.4.14 has been released! LMMS - Linux MultiMedia Studio

ardour - the digital audio workstation

Record Bring it to the computer Grab yourself a nice audio interface. ardour - the digital audio workstation rev.2011 Perfecto was inspired by my desire to reinstate the functionality of my missing Pro-One in a software monosynth by oversampling two oscillators that can modulate each other simultaneously. The oscillators of the first edition were not antialiased, however pitch modulation could be locked to a user-set scale which could produce transposing, tempo-synced arpeggios. The second version used BLIT oscillators, which are antialiased. While the second version still has up to 16x oversampling, cross-modulation is performed using the output of the BLIT table, which means that the output still differs from analog oscillators. The pitch scaling was removed and an assignable filter was added into the cross-modulation architecture. rev.2011 - Home of Open ModPlug Tracker | Discover the music inside... - Home of Open ModPlug Tracker | Discover the music inside... Skip to main content OpenMPT - Discover the music inside... OpenMPT is a powerful audio application that makes writing music fun, easy and efficient. Download OpenMPT Welcome to the home of OpenMPT!
Virtual Studio Technology Virtual Studio Technology (VST) is a software interface that integrates software audio synthesizer and effect plugins with audio editors and hard-disk recording systems. VST and similar technologies use digital signal processing to simulate traditional recording studio hardware in software. Thousands of plugins exist, both commercial and freeware, and a large number of audio applications support VST under license from its creator, Steinberg. Overview[edit] VST plugins generally run within a digital audio workstation (DAW), to provide additional functionality. Virtual Studio Technology