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Old 11-28-2018, 12:26 PM   #1
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How to install the "audio production" pack of Ubuntu Studio on Xubuntu


Hi, first of all sorry for my bad inglish. This is my first post so let me thank the community for receiving me.

I was a Windows user till two days ago when i tried to recover a pc that was out of function because windows crashed so many times that it wasn't even turning on so i decides to install from a usb a xubuntu os. Not only make the pc work faster than ever but make me very interested in all the linux world. I use my pc for music recording and that's why yesterday i tried to install Ubuntu studio. Well that didn't work so well. Has made my pc ultra slow and taking really long to even turn on, but the audio recording package o ubuntu studio is really great and i found very interesting to work with, but ubuntu studio doesn't work well on my pc. Is there any way to install again Xubuntu and after that install in xubuntu the audio recording full package that comes with Ubuntu Studio?

Thank you all and once again sorry for my bad inglish
 
Old 11-28-2018, 01:30 PM   #2
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Code:
sudo apt list --installed
You, yourself can take pencil and paper and write down the packages that you like in studio. Or.

to print the terminal readout to a .txt file that can be saved to pendrive. Just highlight the readout with left click in terminal. Open mousepad and right click paste the readout. Then save it with a fancy name like
Quote:
mystudio
example by me:
Code:
harry@biker:~
$ cd Downloads
harry@biker:~/Downloads
$ ls
bookmarks.html  mystudio
harry@biker:~/Downloads


Then apt-get etc...... what you want in Xubuntu or use synaptic.

Having to deal myself with a Acer Chromebook whose refuses to get out of write protect. Probably a hardware issue.
Broken board or what ever. I had to go with usi ng Crouton Ubuntu XFCE install and I am slowly fleshing out
what was left out of it.

Examples: inxi, bash completion, mc, among other small things I use.
Your english is passable to this country boy.

Edit: just noticed you just joined and this is your 1st post.
Howdy and Welcome and well done on 1st post as a new linux user.

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Old 11-28-2018, 01:40 PM   #3
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Also found this from a member I know who is a musician

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I'm currently using MX 15 with LMMS and musescore, TiMidity++, and TiMidity daemon, With fluid sound fonts. Everything works right out of the box, with no special configurations.
You could most likely do the same thing with antiX 16.
 
Old 11-28-2018, 01:42 PM   #4
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As far as I am aware if you want something audio in Xubuntu you install it.
There is no "edition".
 
Old 11-28-2018, 03:06 PM   #5
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Welcome to the forums!

The package you want is called "ubuntustudio-audio-core" and you may also want "ubuntustudio-audio-plugins". These are called "meta-packages" which means they are packages that install a bunch of other packages.

You can see the full list here:

https://packages.ubuntu.com/bionic/u...dio-audio-core
https://packages.ubuntu.com/bionic/u...-audio-plugins

Here is the Terminal command to install these two meta-packages:

Code:
sudo apt install ubuntustudio-audio-core ubuntustudio-audio-plugins
Good luck and welcome!
 
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