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Old 12-09-2009, 10:51 AM
mark
 
Default "Introduction to Ardour" FLOSS Manual now online

This press release describes a resource of interest to those of us
getting to grips with Ardour:


Wednesday 09 December 2009

"Introduction to Ardour" FLOSS Manual now online

http://en.flossmanuals.net/ardour/

Ardour is a full-featured, free and open-source hard disk recorder and
digital audio workstation program suitable for professional use. It
features unlimited audio tracks and buses, non-destructive, non-linear
editing with unlimited undo, and anything-to-anywhere signal routing. It
supports standard file formats, such as BWF, WAV, WAV64, AIFF and CAF,
and it can use LADSPA, LV2, VST and AudioUnit plugin formats.

The "Introduction to Ardour" FLOSS Manual is a free (gratis/libre)
tutorial-style book, which introduces the program without expecting a
vast knowledge of computers or sound editing from the reader. This FLOSS
Manual was largely written by workshop participants learning the
software themselves, over a one week period during a session led by
Derek Holzer at the moddr_lab/WORM in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

This FLOSS Manual can be read online at:
http://en.flossmanuals.net/ardour/

Non-profit, print-on-demand paper copies can be ordered from Lulu.com
soon. Please check back with the main FLOSS Manuals page in several days
for ordering information:
http://en.flossmanuals.net/

The manual is free to use, distribute and remix according to the GNU
General Public License. FLOSS Manuals volunteers are currently working
on French and Portuguese translations, and anyone is free to add
contributions and edits for future versions of the manual at
http://en.flossmanuals.net/bin/view/Ardour/WebHome

Thanks to Adam Hyde, Walter Langelaar, the workshop participants in
Rotterdam as well as those who helped online from the FLOSS Manuals,
Ardour and Linux Audio communities, and to all the folks at the
moddr_lab and WORM!

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Old 12-09-2009, 09:44 PM
deepee
 
Default "Introduction to Ardour" FLOSS Manual now online

This is excellent work.

Thanks for posting.



deepee



mark wrote:

This press release describes a resource of interest to those of us
getting to grips with Ardour:


Wednesday 09 December 2009

"Introduction to Ardour" FLOSS Manual now online

http://en.flossmanuals.net/ardour/

Ardour is a full-featured, free and open-source hard disk recorder and
digital audio workstation program suitable for professional use. It
features unlimited audio tracks and buses, non-destructive, non-linear
editing with unlimited undo, and anything-to-anywhere signal routing. It
supports standard file formats, such as BWF, WAV, WAV64, AIFF and CAF,
and it can use LADSPA, LV2, VST and AudioUnit plugin formats.

The "Introduction to Ardour" FLOSS Manual is a free (gratis/libre)
tutorial-style book, which introduces the program without expecting a
vast knowledge of computers or sound editing from the reader. This FLOSS
Manual was largely written by workshop participants learning the
software themselves, over a one week period during a session led by
Derek Holzer at the moddr_lab/WORM in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

This FLOSS Manual can be read online at:
http://en.flossmanuals.net/ardour/

Non-profit, print-on-demand paper copies can be ordered from Lulu.com
soon. Please check back with the main FLOSS Manuals page in several days
for ordering information:
http://en.flossmanuals.net/

The manual is free to use, distribute and remix according to the GNU
General Public License. FLOSS Manuals volunteers are currently working
on French and Portuguese translations, and anyone is free to add
contributions and edits for future versions of the manual at
http://en.flossmanuals.net/bin/view/Ardour/WebHome

Thanks to Adam Hyde, Walter Langelaar, the workshop participants in
Rotterdam as well as those who helped online from the FLOSS Manuals,
Ardour and Linux Audio communities, and to all the folks at the
moddr_lab and WORM!





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Old 12-13-2009, 12:42 AM
Kenneth Koym
 
Default "Introduction to Ardour" FLOSS Manual now online

Thanks Mark! can you/anyone help bring my Ubu Stu sound alive? Would following the FLOSS manual help? I don't get a bit of sound; a guy updated/reinstalled sound; now even tests don't diagnose or spell out problems. I had killed alsa & gone to OSS4; now not sure what 9.10 should be giving me.


anyone, please ...
Ken

On Wed, Dec 9, 2009 at 4:44 PM, deepee <dvb_t@iinet.com.au> wrote:







This is excellent work.

Thanks for posting.



deepee



mark wrote:

This press release describes a resource of interest to those of us
getting to grips with Ardour:


Wednesday 09 December 2009

"Introduction to Ardour" FLOSS Manual now online

http://en.flossmanuals.net/ardour/

Ardour is a full-featured, free and open-source hard disk recorder and
digital audio workstation program suitable for professional use. It
features unlimited audio tracks and buses, non-destructive, non-linear
editing with unlimited undo, and anything-to-anywhere signal routing. It
supports standard file formats, such as BWF, WAV, WAV64, AIFF and CAF,
and it can use LADSPA, LV2, VST and AudioUnit plugin formats.

The "Introduction to Ardour" FLOSS Manual is a free (gratis/libre)
tutorial-style book, which introduces the program without expecting a
vast knowledge of computers or sound editing from the reader. This FLOSS
Manual was largely written by workshop participants learning the
software themselves, over a one week period during a session led by
Derek Holzer at the moddr_lab/WORM in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

This FLOSS Manual can be read online at:
http://en.flossmanuals.net/ardour/

Non-profit, print-on-demand paper copies can be ordered from Lulu.com
soon. Please check back with the main FLOSS Manuals page in several days
for ordering information:
http://en.flossmanuals.net/

The manual is free to use, distribute and remix according to the GNU
General Public License. FLOSS Manuals volunteers are currently working
on French and Portuguese translations, and anyone is free to add
contributions and edits for future versions of the manual at
http://en.flossmanuals.net/bin/view/Ardour/WebHome

Thanks to Adam Hyde, Walter Langelaar, the workshop participants in
Rotterdam as well as those who helped online from the FLOSS Manuals,
Ardour and Linux Audio communities, and to all the folks at the
moddr_lab and WORM!






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