Ardour v8.6.0 WiN X64

Ardour v8.6.0 WiN X64

WiN X64 | 81.95 MB

Record, Edit, and Mix on Linux, macOS and Windows.

Ardour is an open source, collaborative effort of a worldwide team including musicians, programmers, and professional recording engineers. Development is transparent — anyone can watch our work as it happens. Like a good piece of vintage hardware, you can open the box and look inside. Of course, you don’t have to … but one day the fact that anybody can will be useful.

New Features in Ardour 7.5.0

– Tempo Map Editing
– Sections Elements
– Saving I/O Connections Per Device
– Renaming Processors
– Control Surfaces

Improvements in Ardour 7.5.0

– Playhead can now be used as a snapping target. There’s a “Playhead” item in the grid mode drop-down list and a toggle in the “Preferences” dialog on the “Editor / Snap” page.
– Playhead is now insensitive to mouse events by default (can be changed in a configuration file manually)
– Performance improvements: faster playlist rendering of non-overlapping MIDI Regions and faster duplication of multiple regions.
– The “Appearance/Editor Waveform section” of the “Preferences” dialog has been split into a separate page to reduce the vertical size of the dialog.
– Session archiving now has progress display and can be aborted.
– Toggling selected track solo status in the Mixer is now accessible via keybindings (s by default).
– Multiple non-editor commands are now undoable, such as recording and playlist switch.
– Freewheel exporting on Windows works faster now.
– Rarely used meter types like K-meters can now be used with tracks.
– Region layering is now retained for cut/copy/paste.
– Playlist paste now always pastes on top.
– Time-stretching can now be started from the left side of a region.
– The virtual keyboard now has F5 through F8 shortcuts to select note velocity presets.
– Added Roland SonicCell MIDNAM file.
– The Dummy backend now has a real-time option.
– New preferences options on the “Appearance / Colors” page allow disabling the use of color palette to assign colors to new tracks, buses, or VCAs.
– Markers are now properly themable and use color names.
– Delaylines have been optimized, multiple-MIDI buffers are possible now.


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