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.
In the last month here at ArchAudio we learned of CrocoDuck, making music ranging from Neo-Soul to Electronic and Acoustic music. Who is this mysterious duck? We find out in this interview, but first checkout his laid-back funky track Ducky Jam: Hi CrocoDuck! Who are you, and what are your interests? I am a physicist […]
December passes, with the holiday season and lots of time off… Here at ArchAudio.org we talk to 18 year old programmer / sys-admin / producer Hlynur about using linux to create glitch music. Hi, thanks for taking time to chat to ArchAudio.org! Who are you, and what are your interests? Hey! My name is Hlynur, […]
After talking JazzyEagle about ArchAudio last month, we catch up with a recently Kickstarted project; the MOD! The MOD project brings the arch audio ecosystem to a hardware FX unit for use on stage. Interview with MOD What is the MOD project? The MOD is a hardware audio plugin processor based on Arch Linux, JACK and the LV2 […]
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) […]