From Ragnarok@DIGDIST/DOCKSUD to Nightfox on Sat Feb 8 06:35:00 2020
El 16/7/17 a las 18:25, Nightfox escribi:
I have considered migrating to Linux at some point in the future. I'm curious what (if any) multi-track music recording software anyone likes to use for Linux? Is Linux at all considered a serious platform for music recording? It seems like Linux keeps getting more mature all the time, with improved Linux distros and software becoming available. Honestly I don't do much recording, and it's one of those things that I keep thinking of doing more but haven't gotten around to it..
For Windows, my favorite multi-track recording software is Mixcraft. OS X has Garage Band, which I think is fairly good too. I know Audacity is available on
all 3 platforms, and although it's free, I'm not sure it's as full-featured as
Mixcraft or Garage Band.
I did a quick search for Linux multi-track recording software, and one of the first links was Ardour: https://ardour.org/
From the looks of it, it looks like it might be fairly good, with a UI similar
to Mixcraft/Garage Band.
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From Nightfox@DIGDIST to Ragnarok on Sat Feb 8 05:26:00 2020
Re: Re: Linux multi-track recording software
By: Ragnarok to Nightfox on Fri Feb 07 2020 10:35 pm
From the looks of it, it looks like it might be fairly good, with a UI
similar to Mixcraft/Garage Band.
I forgot I posted that.. I'm still using Windows, but I was just recently thinking of installing Linux Mint on my PC to dual-boot with Windows to see how it works on my PC.
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