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Ardour 6.0 is released

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Ardour 6.0 is now released. Sorry for the wait!

You can download it from http://ardour.org/download

See what’s new at http://ardour.org/whatsnew.html

We hope to return to bi-monthly releases going forward, and there’s a lot of stuff to do!

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Also: Ardour 6.0 Digital Audio Workstation Released

Ardour 6.0 Open-Source Digital Audio Workstation Brings...

  • Ardour 6.0 Open-Source Digital Audio Workstation Brings Huge Engineering Changes

    While not so visually different from the previous 5.x series, Ardour 6.0 comes with many under-the-hood changes to make this powerful DAW software more reliable and usable for any musician or sound engineer.

    Highlights include full latency compensation that works everywhere, no matter the routed signals, global varispeed through a new a high-quality resampling engine, which also lays the groundwork for making Ardoud sample-rate agnostic, as well as cue monitoring, which lets musicians listen to the input signal and hear themselves performing at the same time.

Ardour goes harder

  • Ardour goes harder: v6.0 brings 'huge engineering changes' to open-source digital audio workstation

    The sound-tinkerers among you will be pleased to learn that Ardour 6.0 is out, representing a major upgrade of the open-source digital audio workstation for Linux, macOS and Windows.

    Ardour is a full-featured audio mixer and editor with unlimited tracks and non-destructive editing, patching and routing, video sync for soundtracks, and plugin support for AudioUnits on macOS, VST on Windows and Linux, and LV2 on all platforms. Automation is possible with Lua scripting. It is an alternative to the popular Audacity, another cross-platform audio editor, but Ardour has a more complete set of features for audio engineers.

Ardour 6.0 Released With Massive Changes

  • Ardour 6.0 Released With Massive Changes

    Ardour – the open-source Digital Audio Workstation software brings huge changes with its latest version.

    Digital audio workstation (DAW) apps are used to record, edit, and create/produce audio files. DAW apps come with a wide range of configuration options based on their types. Using DAW apps, you can record music, songs, speech, radio, TVs, sound effects, podcasts, and these apps also help you to mix & alter multiple recordings and produce a single track.

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