Hello and welcome to ArchAudio, the Arch Linux Pro Audio community!
From offering a third-party package repository to debating recording techniques to discussing FFT, we aim to be a central point for everything related to working with audio on Arch Linux.
We could always use more hands with the project, so we welcome you to join us as a contributor anytime. By just commenting on articles, blog posts or forum topics, you are already doing us a favour. Above all, we are more than happy as long as we are of help to you. Before all, you must be able to help yourself – especially in the land of Arch.
After a time of silence here on ArchAudio.org, we’re back with lots of news about Arch and using Arch for audio purposes. Actually, we’re gonna do a few little features on users, developers and companies interested in Arch linux for audio projects. Up to date packages for a variety of popular audio programs are available […]
Hello! We have “restructured” our repositories and have new names and serve new purposes. Where previously there were: * stable – tested builds (close to empty) * testing – untested builds * experimental – devel builds (almost always empty) We now have: * production – verified PKGBUILDs AND tested packages (hope to fill this up) […]
So, we hope you like the new look. This is a long-overdue update to the website to bring a consistent appearance in line with the Arch Linux style. There have been changes in the back-end as well, and that is actually what had held back the update from rolling out sooner. There is a lot […]
So here’s something to prove that we are not dead From now onwards, we will be posting any updates regarding audio packages that happen in the Arch Linux (semi-)official repositories. Recent additions include: * extra/slv2 * extra/libffado * community/jack2 * community/jack2-dbus (split from jack2) * community/ardourvst * community/linuxsampler * community/jsampler * community/gigedit That’s right, extra/ardour […]