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* [http://ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/software/understandlowlat.html Understanding low latency.] Technical description about the need for low and stable latency for real time audio production]
 
* [http://ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/software/understandlowlat.html Understanding low latency.] Technical description about the need for low and stable latency for real time audio production]
* [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Documentation_for_Musicians/Real-Time_Audio_Analysis#Real_Time_Audio_Production:Taking_it_a_Step_Further Real Time Audio Analysis: Scripts, Suggestions, and Information for the Low Latency Enthusiast]
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=== Spins Info ===
 
=== Spins Info ===

Latest revision as of 21:31, 17 September 2016

Audio Creation | Web Resources

From time to time there have been efforts to improve the usefulness of Fedora for musicians. Please add any helpful useful links you find so that we can more easily find such info.

music@lists.fedoraproject.org

Originally called fedora-music@lists.redhat.com.au. Preferably link to the gmane.org archive as this makes it easier to read the threads.

planet karma (CCRMA) and Fedora package merge

Announcing the Audio Creation SIG / CCRMA merger effort. Hans announced the plan to merge as many of planetCCRMA packages into Fedora. This requires the specs to meet the Fedora Packaging Guidelines, be submitted for Review Request, reviewed and accepted into Fedora.


latency

Spins Info

Spin Kickstarts git hosting.

Linux Audio Bundles & Distributions. Only Karma represents Fedora in this list.


Documentation