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Ardour 4 brings sleeker UI, new editing tools, native CoreAudio/ASIO support

Ardour 4 brings sleeker UI, new editing tools, native CoreAudio/ASIO support

Paul Davis et al. released a much anticipated major update of Ardour, free digital audio workstations for Linux, Mac, and, for the first time, Windows.

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Ardour 3.2 makes it easy to create soundtracks

Ardour 3.2 makes it easy to create soundtracks

The new version of Ardour, a free DAW for Linux and Mac, is now available and features a few major improvements to the workflow.

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First look at Lightworks beta for Linux

First look at Lightworks beta for Linux

If the story of making Lightworks a free application taught us anything, it's patience. After three years it's finally possible to download and run the awards-winning non-linear video editor on Linux, for free.

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Gpick 0.2.5 released with more color tools and better interface

Gpick 0.2.5 released with more color tools and better interface

Albertas Vyšniauskas and David Gowers recently released the latest and greatest of Gpick, an advanced free color picker and color harmony app.

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FreeCAD 0.13 released with better drafting, arch and part design tools

FreeCAD 0.13 released with better drafting, arch and part design tools

The FreeCAD team continues getting rid of the myth that there can be no usable open source CAD software. The newly released v0.13 includes massive improvements in almost every workbench.

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MyPaint 1.1.0 released with new blending modes and color tools

MyPaint 1.1.0 released with new blending modes and color tools

Martin Renold et al. released a new version of MyPaint, a free digital painting app. For many users this will be an exciting upgrade, for others — a good reason to try MyPaint for the first time.

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IFX-Supreme joins the node-based compositing club

IFX-Supreme joins the node-based compositing club

BrainDistrict released the first public version of IFX-Supreme, a commercial node-based image editor for Linux, Windows and Mac. LGW took a closer look at it.

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Vinyl cutting on Linux: the real deal

Vinyl cutting on Linux: the real deal

Ever wondered if you could get one of those fancy vinyl cutters and not abandon Linux? Let's talk about your options here.

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GIMP 2.8: understanding UI changes

GIMP 2.8: understanding UI changes

There's quite a lot to tell about GIMP 2.8: better interface, new features, improved tools and so on. Would you like to use it to its full potential?

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Few notes on RawTherapee 3.0

Few notes on RawTherapee 3.0

Few days ago RawTherapee 3.0, a free digital photography application, was finally released to the masses. We thought we'd do a short review of it.

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