Ardour - editing and recording
describes the basics of editing and recording with Ardour - the most advanced Digital Audio Workstation that the Linux Audio Developers have to offer
Audacity Tutorial is a short tutorial that you can follow on your own machine, which should leave you with a complete music track.
Digital DJing with TerminatorX tootorial
explains step by step how to set up a session in terminatorX. You will learn how to play multiple audio files at once, how to use the various FX to manipulate the soundz
HOWTO Use MIDI Sequencers With Softsynths
describes the needed setup to control a MIDI capable software synthesizer from a MIDI sequencer through a virtual MIDI connection under ALSA 0.9. This document can be freely translated and distributed
Linux Multimedia Guide
book by Jeff Trantor published by The O'Reilly Press. This book tells you how to program such popular devices as sound cards, CD-ROMs, and joysticks. It also
describes the best free software packages that support manipulation of graphics, audio, and video and offers guidance on
fitting the pieces together
this guide by Julian Classen is intended for blind, tuxish musicians and all others, who simply like the console
Programmer's Guide to OSS
resource for Linux sound & MIDI device programming, written by 4Front, the makers of OSS
The Alternative Csound Reference Manual
A reference manual for the Csound program. It includes many working examples.
What is Ogg Vorbis
Ogg Vorbis is a new audio compression format. It is roughly comparable to other formats used to store and play digital music, such as MP3, VQF, AAC, and other digital audio formats. It is different from these other formats because it is completely free, open, and unpatented.