Linux Multimedia Studio brings GarageBand to Linux (except that it’s probably better).

LMMS is music creation software similar to programs such as GarageBand for OSX and FL Studio for Windows. Those programs are designed to streamline the process of making music with a computer in order to get new users into music composition as quickly and painlessly as possible.

I mean, you can’t argue with the price, right?

One possible issue with LMMS might not be the app itself, but the audio drivers in your Linux Distro. I’m still trying to figure out which Linux is best suited for my old Mac Pro — if you’ve any advice on that please leave me a comment over on the appropriate post.

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2 Responses to Linux Multimedia Studio brings GarageBand to Linux (except that it’s probably better).

  1. Ed Miller says:

    AC:
    this interests me quite a bit. My G5 is too old for Final Cut Studio 2 (2003-era graphics card isn’t compatible, and I don’t want to upgrade from Tiger since it runs flawlessly), so with no Intel Mac tower in my near future, I’ve been following your Linux Mac stuff. If the apps can do what FCS2 can do, it’s definitely my next step, but otherwise I’ll stick with FCS1 and Tiger for now.
    Ed

  2. Joe Schmoe says:

    I haven’t tried this program yet but i’ve heard its better than some of the other programs out there

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