An highly automated, intuitive, Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
Zrythm is a highly automated Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) designed to be featureful and intuitive to use. Zrythm sets itself apart from other DAWs by allowing extensive automation via built-in LFOs and envelopes and intuitive MIDI/audio editing and arranging via clips.
In the usual Composing -> Mixing -> Mastering workflow, Zrythm puts the most focus on the Composing part. It allows musicians to quickly lay down and process their musical ideas without taking too much time for unnecessary work.
DocumentationUser manual: https://manual.zrythm.org
- IRC general channel
released on 29 April 2019
Accepts cryptocurrency donations.
git clone https://git.zrythm.org/zrythm/zrythm.git
1 February 2019
Leaders and contributors
|Alexandros Theodotou||Lead Developer|
Resources and communication
|Developers, Testers, Users||Bug Tracking||https://git.zrythm.org/zrythm/zrythm|
|Developers, Testers, Users||Support||irc://chat.freenode.net/zrythm|
|Arch users||VCS Repository Webview||https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/zrythm|
|Various GNU/Linux distro users||Download||https://software.opensuse.org//download.html?project=home%3Aalextee&package=zrythm|
|Required to build||development libraries for gtk3, jack, lilv, suil, libsmf, libsndfile, lv2, portaudio, libyaml, libsamplerate, ffmpeg|
|Required to use||gtk3, jack, lilv, suil, libsmf, libsndfile, lv2, portaudio, libyaml, libsamplerate, ffmpeg|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 1 February 2019.
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