Ever heard about?
Check out http://openavproductions.com/.
As you can read on the page, “Open AV Productions is a software entity set up to distribute software for artists using Linux as their platform. It focuses mainly on electronic musical styles, and its instruments and effects are written to suit those styles. Each project has a particular target, an area of the workflow where it is designed to function. Everything is designed to work in a live situation, nothing will ever stop your creative side.”
I’ve been trying to install Fabla and ArtyFX projects on my Ubuntustudio, BUT I had a lot of problems with dependencies.
I decided to question directly Harry van Haaren, the developer of the whole project, and after he solved my problems, also at his suggestion I am writing this post to help everyone who has the same problems.
First of all check and install the KXStudio repository under Ubuntu section, packed by Filipe Coelho.
After that, you’ll be able to sudo apt-get install all packages you desire, in my case I typed
sudo apt-get install artyfx
sudo apt-get install fabla
Then if you don’t want to execute them via Qtractor or Ardour, I’ve been recommended to install Jalv by typing
sudo apt-get install jalv
What to do to run Fabla or ArtyFX is one (or more) of the following, depending from what you want:
jalv.gtk `lv2ls | grep “artyfx#ducka”`
jalv.gtk `lv2ls | grep “artyfx#filta”`
jalv.gtk `lv2ls | grep “artyfx#masha”`
jalv.gtk `lv2ls | grep “artyfx#roomy”`
jalv.gtk `lv2ls | grep “fabla”`
With the same method you can run all the LV2 instrument you have installed, and you can list them by typing
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