8 Best Open Source Music Making Softwares for Linux

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5 Responses

  1. RongBai says:

    I was browsing for audio editors and came across ocenaudio. Just downloaded it a minute ago but haven’t installed it yet as I like to see alternatives and reviews. Just looking to amplify an ogg recording and a voice-mail from my smart phone.

    Used Audacity in the past and may do two applications for testing purposes. OcenAudio is just about a year old and my thought is that some older programs aren’t really intuitive on GUI. Not that they are bad but some are better, easier to use. Simple and quick for this project, not looking for midi studio and complexity at this time. Let ya know how it goes.

  2. MartyS says:

    Muse is another great open source audio tool – http://www.muse-sequencer.org

  3. Shamil says:

    You forgot about LMMS (https://lmms.io). An FLstudio clone. Really great software…

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