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hemlocktree 04-12-2019 06:59 AM

6 of the Best Apps for Creating and Recording Music on Linux
 
https://www.maketecheasier.com/best-...ic-linux/found this article for the musicians out there,

Samsonite2010 04-12-2019 07:08 AM

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Originally Posted by hemlocktree (Post 5984110)
https://www.maketecheasier.com/best-...ic-linux/found this article for the musicians out there,

The link did not seem to work, so try this one: https://www.maketecheasier.com/best-...g-music-linux/

Samsonite2010 04-12-2019 07:14 AM

I also use ZynAddSubFX along with those listed in the article.

hemlocktree 04-12-2019 10:39 AM

thanks - not sure why - i copied it from the page - go figure.... sorry about that! i usually do not have to click on the link in the thread to make sure it works.... strange eh???

szboardstretcher 04-12-2019 10:54 AM

https://www.audacityteam.org/

This has been my go to for years. My music style is basic guitar, drums, bass, rythym and vox though - so I don't need the stuff that makes me sound like skrillex.

cordx 04-12-2019 10:59 AM

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Originally Posted by szboardstretcher (Post 5984201)
I don't need the stuff that makes me sound like skrillex.

in general i would agree this is a good thing, but :D

https://www.bbc.com/news/newsbeat-47770982

Samsonite2010 04-12-2019 10:59 AM

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Originally Posted by szboardstretcher (Post 5984201)
https://www.audacityteam.org/

This has been my go to for years. My music style is basic guitar, drums, bass, rythym and vox though - so I don't need the stuff that makes me sound like skrillex.

I guess it can change for some people over the years. I started out as a drummer in a band as a teenager and did music at college using C-Lab Notator and Cubase - I had an Atari STE and MIDI keyboard - composed a lot of my music that way, but also recorded live instruments too. When I went through a period of moving house regularly for work, I had to let go of my drum kit, grand piano, so started messing with software to create drums (although often going for a "live" sound for particular scenarios). At one point I was living abroad with an old laptop and produced music entirely on that using LMMS and some plugins!

szboardstretcher 04-12-2019 11:50 AM

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Originally Posted by Samsonite2010 (Post 5984204)
I guess it can change for some people over the years. I started out as a drummer in a band as a teenager and did music at college using C-Lab Notator and Cubase - I had an Atari STE and MIDI keyboard - composed a lot of my music that way, but also recorded live instruments too. When I went through a period of moving house regularly for work, I had to let go of my drum kit, grand piano, so started messing with software to create drums (although often going for a "live" sound for particular scenarios). At one point I was living abroad with an old laptop and produced music entirely on that using LMMS and some plugins!


Totally empthize. I went through the same 'moving around' phase. But instead of making anything with digital workstations, I got into an accoustic phase where I used my accoustic, a microphone on the ground for bass thumps, pipes, radiators, bottles and cans for percussion,.. Good times actually.


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