Firefox with native JACK support

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Last year I wrote a duplex JACK audio backend for Firefox browser. It took a lot of negotiating with Mozilla people and they accepted most of the code. However, they won’t turn on JACK support in default builds. This currently requires –enable-jack to be added to the mozconfig at compile time. Thus I am providing […]

JACK audio plugin – gate/expander with sidechain

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I decided to write my own audio plugin, a gate/expander, because I couldn’t find a good equivalent plugin. You can download a patch for calf-plugins git tree here. To fetch the plugin code and patch to my version: git clone calf cd calf git apply path-to-my.patch ./ ./configure –enable-experimental make sudo make install I […]

Installing professional audio software for Ubuntu Linux

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While Linux doesn’t have a piece of software that rivals the usability of Pro Tools, you can still do high-quality audio recording with Ardour DAW, a professional digital audio workstation. written for linux/osx. Also, you can use your linux machine as a virtual synthesiser by using VST instruments and recording directly into Ardour DAW. Currently, […]