"Free Linux music packages Ardour, Hydrogen and Jack will help
you fall in love with a whole new world of creative
"Linux isn't the easiest platform to use when it comes to music
production. But it is one of the most flexible, and there's no
argument against it being the cheapest. This is particularly
important if you have a musical bent, because few musicians are
lucky enough to be able to freely spend money on their passion,
making Linux the perfect choice. And regardless of price, if you
don't mind a little GUI graft and a slightly steeper learning
curve, audio software on Linux can compete with the best commercial
developments. PureData can replace Max/MSP, for example. Audacity
can replace Wavelab. Either Muse or Rosegarden can take a fair
crack at Logic or Cubase's crown."
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