Applied Computer Music Technologies Ltd specialises in developing pro-audio DSP software solutions, virtual hardware emulations, and innovative audio processing algorithms suitable for a diverse range of platforms and operating systems, including x86 / 64, ARM / Raspberry Pi, Windows, Mac OS X / macOS and Linux. We also develop the OverTone DSP range of plug-ins compatible with Windows, Mac and Linux.
We have a proud heritage in professional audio, combining feedback from industry professionals with software development by a team which includes design engineers with over 25 years' pro-audio industry experience. Together with our expertise in both analogue and digital audio, this affords us a unique insight into classic hardware emulation and innovative digital solutions.
We develop all elements of our products in-house, from graphical design and user-interface components to the toolkits, frameworks and signal processing algorithms we use. We believe that an artisan approach to software design guarantees an attention to detail and high quality of service which reflects our passion for the products we provide and for the legendary studio hardware which inspires them.
Audio for Linux - Made EasyOur developers have played a key role in the development of Linux compatible professional audio solutions over the past decade, including a framework to support industry standard plug-in formats for one of the most popular open source Linux Digital Audio Workstations.
As one of the first commercial developers to offer viable pro-audio plug-ins for Linux, back in 2009, we continue to maintain an active role supporting Linux as an evolving platform for professional audio. We also provide our own high-end professional audio plug-ins designed for Linux, compatible with a wide range of workstation software.
With more host applications now available for Linux, class-compliant device support - often right out of the box, and greater ease of set up, it's never been easier to harness the power of Linux for world-class audio performance.