I’m looking at Ardour and it looks really good!
At the moment I’m making music with Audacity and a certain commercial sequencer - using Audacity to squash loops into the correct period of time without changing the pitch, and then dropping them into the commercial sequencer to add effects, sequence, and add programmed drums and synths, but it looks like Ardour would allow me to do that all within one program which is WAY more convenient. Also - very interested to see that Ardour can talk to Blender (I’m a Blender professional)
So - here’s the questions…
The demo version cut out periodically after 10 mins - what does that mean exactly? I do want to try before I buy, but what does this mean? Does it mean I have to save and restart every 10 mins?
Can you guys recommend any good soft synths where I can do things like slides and altering parameters via piano roll?
I’m also fond of Beets slicing. Sometimes I do it with melodic samples as well - creating new tunes be re-arranging the notes. How’s Ardour for this?
Mike yogyog Futcher
P.S. Here’s an example of my previous music … https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XeCGi6NIYLc