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.
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 […]
As you may or may not be aware, the Arch Linux repositories have undergone a major rebuild. Our repositories contain a good deal of packages of graphical software that may break due to this update, so we request that you hang tight and report such packages to the forums instead of the bugtracker (since we […]