Digital Audio Workstations are a complex piece of software that cater for many different distinct workflows.
After a brief introduction to Ardour, this presentation will explain how to do common DAW operations with Ardour, move on to show workflow specific tricks, and dive into things you didn't know Ardour can do.
Session author's bio
Dr. Robin has switched back and forth between academic projects, art, and R&D. Since 2008 he is a central figure in the Linux Audio Community, co-hosted the Linux Audio Conference from 2009 to 2015, and organized the Computer Art Congress. He is working full time on F/LOSS, notably the Ardour Digital Audio Workstation, and the x42 audio plugins suite.
|Level of Difficulty||Intermediate|