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Ardour 5

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https://ardour.org/whatsnew.html
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The new features look incredible and great to see some plugins included.

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sysrqer wrote:The new features look incredible and great to see some plugins included.
I've been building/using it since it appeared in the git master branch. It is wonderful. :)

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Bundling proprietary plugins? What a shame.

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FaTony wrote: Bundling proprietary plugins? What a shame.
Personally I think the relationship between Harrison and ardour is extremely mutually beneficial. Harrison is promoting open source while still being able to run a business. You can easily remove plugins if they offend you.
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FaTony wrote:Bundling proprietary plugins? What a shame.
Sorry you feel that way, I disagree.

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The idea of tabs on the interface seems silly, but also... AWESOME.
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ufug wrote:The idea of tabs on the interface seems silly, but also... AWESOME.
Depends on how many monitors you have. I thought I wouldn't use it ever, until suddenly I was on a laptop. Of course you can use desktops, but hey, why not get more ways to skin a cat. :)
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Nice news!
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Only had time for a quick look so far. Very impressive. It seems to load up faster as well.

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FaTony wrote:Bundling proprietary plugins? What a shame.
Looks like those are only in the binary bundles you've to download from ardour.org
When you build ardour from source, you get the plain source, without proprietary plugins.
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ssj71 wrote:Harrison is promoting open source while still being able to run a business.
You're saying this like it's impossible to run business using only free software.

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anyway, availability of more commercial apps for linux is a good thing.
so, there's nothing that terribly wrong with promotion of them.
btw, ardour5 can easily be built without those plugins.

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I'm pretty sure there's nicotine in the Tabbed interface... I can't stop using it now and constantly look for it in Mixbus... In other news Mixbus 3.5 has also dropped. Happy Times in Linux Audio world :wink:

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I've only had a quick go with 5.0, and I did manage to make it crash, but it looks like a fascinating release. In particular, I'm hoping to get stuck in to the MIDI sequencing features such as the step sequencer. It's looking like the MIDI code in general has had a polish.

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Took a while to build, but there's a lot of good stuff to discover in there ;-)

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