Puredyne is aimed at creative people, looking for tools outside the standard. It provides the best experimental creative applications alongside a solid set of graphic, audio and video tools in a fast, minimal package. For everything from sound art to innovative filmmaking.
Puredyne is optimised for use in realtime audio and video processing. It distinguishes itself by offering a low latency kernel and the high responsiveness needed by artists working in this field.
Puredyne is based on Ubuntu
and Debian Live
. All packages provided by Puredyne can be used if you are running this flavour of GNU/Linux. Use, share, copy, modify, join the development team or fork 🙂
Puredyne development has been made possible by <href=”http: www.artscouncil.org.uk “>Arts Council England. Thanks to the University of Huddersfield
, LABoral – Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial
for additional support.
Previous versions of Puredyne were based on dynebolic
which brought some of the great innovations
in the bootable-linux world, so we are grateful to dynebolic for much technical + spiritual inspiration.
- puredata, supercollider, csound, chuck, ladspa plugins, ardour, audacity, ecasound, …
- gimp, inkscape, fluxus, freej, processing + extras, imagemagick, gthumb, gphoto2, …
- mplayer, vlc, avidemux, kino, mencoder, transcode, luvcview, xawtv, recordmydesktop, …
- icecast2, ices2, ffmpeg2theora, oggfwd, darkice, darksnow, gstreamer, dvswitch, …
- firefox, links2, network-manager, wireless-tools, ssh, telnet, gftp, irssi, nfs, …
- gcc, make, patchutils, subversion, mercurial, bzr, emacs-goodies-el, java jdk, python, …
…and much more: