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Ardour 6.0 is released

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Ardour 6.0 is now released. Sorry for the wait!

You can download it from http://ardour.org/download

See what’s new at http://ardour.org/whatsnew.html

We hope to return to bi-monthly releases going forward, and there’s a lot of stuff to do!

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