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LUveler Is A FREE Loudness Plugin By Thomas Mundt

Thomas Mundt releases LUveler, a free loudness and dynamics plugin for Windows and Linux. LUveler comes from Thomas Mundt, the developer behind the look-ahead brickwall loudness maximizer plugin, LoudMax (which is featured as one of the top picks in o…

You can already use the Steam Deck as a music machine, with Bitwig Studio, VCV Rack, more

It’s a portable gaming machine – but unlike other such devices, the Steam Deck is also an open, handheld, Linux-powered computer. And you know what that means: it’s a synth and a DAW, too.
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Renoise tracker better supports Mac, Windows, Link, and – get ready, DIYers – RasPi

It’s the tracker software (Renoise) and sampler-sequencer (Redux) that bring those tools into the 21st century. And now Renoise delivers a ton of new native options for every platform.
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Bitwig 4.2: Note Grid for modular note processing and generation, plus a bunch of new effects

Okay, weekend warriors – Bitwig Studio 4.2 beta is here, and it’s got a good reason to get on the Grid modular patching train. Think note processing and generation in a really intuitive way. Plus whether or not that’s your speed, they’ve got 3 audio ef…