[ubuntu-studio-devel] Pre-Installed Application Review

Ross Gammon rosco at ubuntustudio.org
Wed May 13 07:13:53 UTC 2020

Thanks Len as always for the intelligence on the different plugins. I
think one of the downsides of now having the extra plugin packages, is
that there is so many to choose from!

Just an idea -
The Debian Multimedia Blends has an audio plugins task with all the
known linux plugins packaged (and maybe one day) packaged for Debian:

We could add the multimedia-audio-plugins metapackage to our
ubuntustudio-installer for anyone that wants "all the linux plugins",
and then offer a more discerning set in our seed.

On 12/05/2020 21:45, Hank Stanglow wrote:
> On 5/12/20 8:45 AM, Len Ovens wrote:
>> I would rather answer a few more times why studio doesn't include
>> Calf, that see them continuously recomended as first choice. I see
>> Calf as a "well you can of course install them from the repos but we
>> will not give support if you have trouble with them".
> Interesting, I hadn't known about problems in Calf. They were the
> plugins I always used first because they had a good mix of sound,
> simplicity, and style, but now I use LSP and Xhip effects for everything
> because I either need something that is really detailed or really
> simple. However, I do like that Calf Fluidsynth frontend and their
> simple synths so I would definitely install Calf immediately on a new
> setup.



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