cross-posted from: https://lemmy.sdf.org/post/17590541

I enjoyed this post despite not needing a guide, because it shows someone doing real-world creative work with open-source software. Glimpses of their art and workspace made it even more fun.

    • @wyrmroot@programming.dev
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      62 months ago

      Me too! I am not a professional but audio support is such a point of friction for me that I’d love to see how others handle it when it’s critical to their work.

      • adderaline
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        52 months ago

        same. audio accounts for so much of the friction i’ve experienced on linux its crazy. it works fine for general computing (after tons of troubleshooting), but it kind of convinced me that i’d probably need to dual boot if i wanted to try music production. i’d love to be proven wrong about that.

  • @EarthShipTechIntern@lemm.ee
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    22 months ago

    Post-installation notes rather than installation guide (as he says in the writ).

    Interested in trying it, &, as others note, with Audio (as well as Video) editing/creation software.

    Audacity, Ardour, Blender to name a few.

    Happy to hear of others, will be doing a bit more research.