If you're a regular reader of Audiotuts+, you'll notice that things look a little different. That’s because we're now a part of the new Tuts+ site. I’m really excited to be able to announce this change—it’s a long time coming, and a huge step forward for us.
For the last six years, Tuts+ has been made up of many different individual sites, covering a range of topics. This has served us well, but it made it difficult to expand into new areas. Now, instead of us launching a whole new site when we want to teach a new subject, it’s all in one place.
You can browse all the topics from the Tuts+ Hub, then narrow your view down to just the Music & Audio topic to see all the content that was previously on Audiotuts+. You can also easily jump to other areas that might interest you. If you want to learn how to program, switch to Development via the Topics menu.
David Appleyard, our Editorial Manager, has gone into more detail on the benefits of the new structure in the initial announcement post. Check it out if you’re interested in more of the backstory. He also talks about the redesign of the site, and some of the new features that accompany the change.
We want to tailor this site to you, so your feedback is incredibly valuable. If you notice anything that looks wrong, or something that doesn’t behave the way you want it to, we’d be grateful if you took the time to fill out this feedback form.
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