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Best cross-platform (or only Linux) audio software?

blogologue (681423) writes | 1 year,5 days


blogologue (681423) writes "I have played the guitar for some years now, and these days I think it's good therapy to be creative with music learning the piano and singing as well. So far I've been using Audacity as the tool to compose improvisations and demos, I haven't done much audio work before but it is already becoming too limited for my needs. Being a Linux-fanboi since the middle nineties I'm now looking for a good audio processing/editing/enhancing setup that can run on different platforms, the most important being Linux (yes, voting for Linux with my dollar). Are there any suggestions for Open Source or proprietary audio editing software that runs Linux?"

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Studio1337 (elite) (1)

GlennWaller1963 (689008) | 1 year,5 days | (#45247587)

I got a copy of Studio 1337, from Canada ($50)on a flash memory stick. It has all the programs I need to compile an audio session.

There was a post here at /. by the devs about studio1337.

It comes with Ardour and Jamin. Plus a lot more.

It's a full suite of apps, from preproduction to post.
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