Download Ardour for Ubuntu
Hello everyone, today you can download Ardour for Ubuntu, before you do that, how are you all doing today? I hope you are all having a great day so far. My week has been pretty good, smooth and nothing to really complain about yet lol, let me not jinx myself. I am trying to relax because next week I will be traveling to go see my fiance so before I go I decided to let you all check out this awesome Linux software known as Ardour, please read on…
Today we will promote an awesome app that is perfect for people who love or want to learn how to edit audio files including .mp3, .wav, .pcm, .aiff, .aac, .ogg, .flac, .wma and many others. I introduce you to Ardour.
Install Ardour on Ubuntu
What Is Ardour?
Ardour is a hard disk recorder and digital audio workstation application. It runs on Linux, macOS, FreeBSD and Microsoft Window. Ardour is intended to be digital audio workstation software suitable for professional use.
Ardour Main Features List:
The feature list below is an overview of Ardour’s features including the most essential ones. Covering all features is beyond the scope of this article.
Ardour’s recording abilities are limited by only the hardware it is run on; there are no built in limits in the software. When recording on top of existing material, Ardour can do latency compensation, positioning the recorded material where it was intended to be when recording it. Monitoring options include monitoring with external hardware (a feature dependent on sound card support), monitoring with Ardour itself, and monitoring with JACK Audio Connection Kit (JACK). Monitoring with Ardour makes it possible to apply plug-in effects to the signal while it is recorded in real-time, although with some unavoidable, yet ideally unnoticeable, amount of latency. Using the audio server JACK, Ardour can record both from the audio card and JACK-compatible software concurrently.
New versions of JACK support transporting audio over a generic IP network. This makes it possible to run Ardour on hardware separate from the one that actually contains the audio interface.
Ardour supports an arbitrary number of tracks and buses through an “anything to anywhere” routing system. All gain, panning and plug-in parameters can be automated. All sample data is mixed and maintained internally in 32-bit floating point format.
Ardour supports dragging, trimming, splitting and timestretching recorded regions with sample-level resolution and has a possibility to layer regions. It includes a crossfade editor and beat detection. Ardour has unlimited undo/redo and a snapshot feature for storing the current state of a session to a file for future reference.
Ardour can be used as an audio mastering environment. Its integration with JACK makes it possible to use mastering tools such as JAMin to process the audio data. The output of Ardour’s mixer can be sent to JAMin and/or any other JACK-aware audio-processing software, and the output processed by these programmes can be recorded using recording software, Ardour included. Ardour can also export TOC and CUE files, which allows for the creation of audio CDs.