LMMS is a free cross-platform software which allows you to produce music with your computer. This covers creating melodies and beats, synthesizing and mixing sounds and arranging samples. You can have fun with your MIDI keyboard and much more – all in a user-friendly and modern interface.
This simple tutorial will show you how to install the latest version of LMMS (Linux MultiMedia Studio) 0.4.13 in Ubuntu 12.04, 11.10, 11.04, and 10.04.
LMMS is a free cross-platform alternative to commercial programs like FL Studio®, which allow you to produce music with your computer. This includes the creation of melodies and beats, the synthesis and mixing of sounds, and arranging of samples.
Music lovers have numerous strong choices for organizing and playing their collections of songs on the Linux desktop. But music creators have far fewer professional-strength options among Linux applications. But with Linux MultiMedia Studio, or LMMS, one option may be all you really need. LMMS does it all and does it all well.
I've got a windows machine with 51GB of samples and was wondering if, instead of transferring all of them to Ubuntu, I could just connect LMMS (or any of the other software) to my sample folder using the "paths" setting in LMMS to point to
The same goes for all of my VSTs on the windows machine.
Tango Studio es una nueva distrubucion orientada a la musica, posee muchas utilidades como Ardour, Audacity, Mixxx, Jackbeat, Jokosher o Linux MultiMedia Studio (LMMS), asi como otras utilidades para reproducir, editar, crear cualquier tipo de contenido multimedia.
Esta se basa en Ubuntu 10.04 LTS por lo cual tiene un largo soporte y gran estabilidad, ademas posee modo live-cd, un pequeño detall
I'm running Ubuntu Studio 14.04 Trusty amd64, and tried to get the KXStudio as it looks like it will sortof 'straighten' my learning curve (I'm a newb). At first I got a message saying there's a package missing: "lmms-vst-full", so I removed LMMS and re-installed it (it installed from the KXStudio repo.), and when asked if I wish to install vst (or Vestige?
@ohnonot : I've subscribed on that forum a while ago but thx anyway I've worked a bit with LMMS but I'm more into the tracker stuff. Now it's actually the ideal time to restart focussing on making music, it's cold outside and since I've stopped distro-hopping ...