Script To Download Scrillions Of Classic Modules From Modarchive.org

The Mod Archive is an incredible website that hosts literally scrillions of module files from the early 1990s all the way up to 2018! If you don’t know, a Module, or “Mod” is an oldschool type of music… Read More

Covering Dream Theater’s Surrounded In Ardour and MusE

Libre Music Production created this epic of a tutorial series in 6 parts which I’ve put together in a playlist above that shows a beginning to end process of putting together a cover of a Dream Theater song…. Read More

Amiga Protracker Now In Ubuntu Repos!

Amiga Protracker is the classic music tracker software that started it all! It allowed millions of 1990s home computer enthusiasts create music on their computers with samples and midi controllers in the days of 8 bit sound! Trackers… Read More

What is a Vocoder? And How To Use Them In Linux

This is an absolutely excellent explanation and tutorial by Unfa about vocoders on Linux, specifically the Calf Vocoder. Vocoders are a way to make a robotic sounding voice that uses a carrier wave (a synthesized sound) and combines… Read More

Song Made In Rosegarden – Made In Linux #7

This is a song by myself (still no title) but I’ll be putting it on my next album. Next weekend I’ll be doing another live master like Turn Of The Scroct. This one was made using Rosegarden, Qsynth,… Read More

Building A Spectrum Analyzer From Scratch Using Python!

Who doesn’t love a spectrum analyzer? They’re cool to look at when listening to music and are also a useful tool for visualizing frequency data on your recordings. Have you ever wanted to make your own?? Well YouTuber… Read More

What is JACK? Linux Audio Configuration

Unfa’s great explaination of the mystical Jack Audio Connection Kit. I’ve made some videos on this as well, but Unfa’s explanation is great as well and he touches on several things I didn’t in my video. He also… Read More

Configuring Jack To Use Realtime Scheduling

This source of this post is at http://jackaudio.org/faq/linux_rt_config.html and I’m reposting here for convenience of my readers. I’ve personally had to read it 100 times over the years, so I think its very helpful info. “Realtime (RT) scheduling… Read More

Caretaker by Chris McDonough – Made In Linux #6

Chris McDonough made this cool song, Caretaker, using Mixbus and other Linux tools. Chris has this to say about it. “Hey Justin, nice site. I use Harrison Mixbus on Ubuntu MATE 18.04 to plonk around in. My latest… Read More

Amiga Protracker Now In Ubuntu Repositories!

The other day I noticed my favorite tracker of all time, Amiga Protracker, is now available right in the default Ubuntu Repositories. I’m running 18.04.1LTS and it’s working perfectly! If you’re not familiar with Protracker, it was the… Read More