[Ardour-Users] Ardour 4.4 released
craigerau at gmail.com
Fri Oct 16 14:20:23 PDT 2015
Turned on 4.2 last night and the session selection window started scrolling
something strange along the top. At first I was like, "oh no..." Then I
read the text and was like, "oh yeah!" Worked on my session in 4.4 late
into the night... THANK YOU TEAM ARDOUR!
On Fri, Oct 16, 2015, 3:01 PM Robin Gareus <robin at gareus.org> wrote:
> On 10/16/2015 07:26 PM, Jörn Nettingsmeier wrote:
> > On 10/16/2015 01:58 PM, Joe Hartley wrote:
> >> On Fri, 16 Oct 2015 07:48:25 -0400
> >> Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com> wrote:
> >>> The Ardour project is pleased to announce the release of 4.4.
> >>> .....
> >>> Developers
> >>> Robin Gareus, Paul Davis, Nick Mainsbridge, Ben Loftis, Len Ovens, Tim
> >>> Mayberry, John Emmas, Colin Fletcher, Damien Zammit, Guy Sherman, André
> >>> Nusser, Mathias Buhr, Todd Naugle
> >> Thanks to you all for continuing to improve on a fantastic DAW.
> > A "Me, too" post seems fully justified :-D
> > Thanks guys for an amazing piece of work, fixes a few pet peeves of mine
> > and will make me an even happier Ardour user in the future.
> satisfied customers! That's great and very encouraging.
> > BTW, I'm putting myself through the ordeal of doing a project with
> > Ardour4 on Windows to prepare for a teaching job I mentioned a while
> > back, where I need Ardour's cross-platform capabilities.
> > For now, the user experience has been surprisingly smooth, if we
> > disregard the OS :)
> > JACK installed and ran out of the box (although the plethora of driver
> > options took a while to figure out: the ASIO one did it).
> What's was reason for using JACK on windows? What other JACK apps do you
> use? If the answer is "none", why not use Ardour's native portauio/ASIO
> > Ardour hums along nicely, I've been putting the system through insane
> > loads *and* installing Windows updates in the background. No plugins
> > yet, though, but we'll get there. Are there any other Windows plugins
> > available other than Robin's (which I've downloaded already)?
> There's a whole universe of VSTs, you know..
> but if I recall correctly the criteria was:
> * free-software (source available)
> * cross-platform: OSX, Win, Linux
> KXStudio/DPF may have some.
> http://tytel.org/helm/ is a very cool synth, but different formats (VST,
> AU, LV2) on different platforms (no session compat).
> http://harrisonconsoles.com/site/store-mixbus-plugins.html are great but
> not free. Did you contact them for a "workshop license"? They're all
> LV2 (portable sessions).
> swh's LADSPAs can be compiled for windows. Interested? An OS X build is
> already available from:
> > I don't see myself getting a full windows build environment unless I
> > absolutely have to (feel like I'm spending to much time there already).
> Don't. If you must cross-compile on GNU/Linux.
> > For now, thanks to everyone to take the pains to support windows, it
> > allows me to use Ardour for teaching!
> I'll take this opportunity to point to http://ardour.org/windows.html
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