I would like to assemble a list of tracks made with Ardour on my blog. If you want your track to be put on this list, just send me a link and a description and I’ll add it At the moment there are only two of my own tracks there.
There is an “Ardour” group on SoundCloud which should have more members hint hint… however it has a nice selection of various tunes and styles done with Ardour. You could probably link the group as a whole or pick and choose from it…
Just a suggestion, I have some stuff but I also have a complete EP coming soon so maybe I’ll post back with it later. Thanks for taking the time and effort to do this… it is hard to find a good unified place with Ardour productions, even the forum here has a very small representation of completed works when you consider how many people use Ardour and the relatively few submissions there are here.
Thanks for the Soundcloud group tip, GMaq
If you want me to add any of your songs, just leave me a message.
Ooops! I totally forgot to mention in my previous reply that I enjoyed your music on your blog! Great production quality!! Very impressive
There’s an “Ardour” tag in use at the Internet Archive: https://archive.org/search.php?query=subject%3A"Ardour"
Thanks, thorwil! I’ll check that out.
http://em.drni.de/home - All of the albums there, excluding “ChillLive – Best of 2009” where produced using Ardour.
Btw, I noticed from my rare Twitter use, that Ardour doesn’t turn up in hash tags too often. Why not using a common (hash) tag for “made with ardour”? (something more precise than “#Ardour”, though) - I guess this would be quite useful on SoundCloud.
The video sound tracks here were also done entirely in Ardour. http://www.delta-b.net/Videos
Hello, I just want to throw out there that most of my compos that I put on archive.org are done in Ardour. You can find them here: http:https://archive.org/details/@veedgo. I tried to tag them with Ardour. The only exceptions are a couple that I did as trackers and recorded directly from the software or a few older items I did before I got Linux running.
Thanks for putting Ardour out there. I really love it as a DAW. =_)
I look forward to the time when we don’t have to do this because Ardour is so widely used it isn’t news any more.
I have done several whole albums with Ardour in my (very part time) studio: see https://www.treewind.co.uk/studio/ where everything from TWD014 onwards was done in Ardour.
I posted this elsewhere, but thought I’d add it here too. Just adding to the list in case this becomes a reference in the future!
10 Piece Funk/Soul band. Horns vocal harmonies pretty organic sound, entirely recorded with Ardour in linux. The only non open source bits were some Linux DSP/Overtone DSP plugins and possibly some Harrison Mixbus Plugins.
Will add some black/doom metal songs once we figure out the label’s release schedule!
No really made with Ardour, but recorded and mixed with ardour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_H1tmV_NKkc&feature=youtu.be
here’s our band’s production so far:
And a youtube link:
Hey, just got out an EP that was completely made with Ardour : https://open.spotify.com/album/6GsFNkMJP7DNTCwJwVsAEO
Nice sounds, very much in the tradition of Kraftwerk, Jarre and Telex. I enjoyed the EP very much, and I felt relaxed after listening to it. Thanks for sharing
Thanks a lot Mikael! I wanted to do it with open-source tools only, so there’s some Calf plugins and Hydrogen drum machines as well