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Musix GNU/Linux 1.0R4 Released - Everything from sound editing to graphical

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| The fourth revision of Musix GNU/Linux was announced by Marcos Guglielmetti,
| and it contains a large set of applications for artists. It is made up of
| only free software that are intended for music production, audio and video
| editing, graphic design and much more.



Fedora 9: Drumrolls with Linux Hydrogen

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| Fedora 9 includes more than 15,000 ready to install rpm packages. These rpm
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| packages can be easily fetched using the Fedora's yum installer that install
| the needed application's dependencies as well. Fedora and Redhat rpm packages
| covers from simple linux binary tool, publishing tool to music and video
| editing applications. One of the great music tools Fedora is comprised of is
| Hydrogen.
| Hydrogen is an advanced drum machine for GNU/Linux. It's main goal is to
| bring professional yet
| simple and intuitive pattern-based drum programming. Hydrogen has
| user-friendly, modular, fast and intuitive graphical based interfaced powered
| by QT 3. This makes music operation easy as point, drag and click which gives
| great operational confidence of a user to the said software.



Musix 1.0r3 Test 4

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| Along side Ubuntu Studio and other multimedia-oriented distributions, Musix
| is a Debian-based distribution led by Argentinian developers that is
| currently at version 1.0. *


Hydrogen: Using Linux to create slick drum beats

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| Now, because of the fact that Hydrogen is so intuitive, this description is
| going to be very short, so there will be more time for you to start creating
| your own beats, loops or songs. People who have used the pretty mediocre, but
| still popular program FruityLoops before will know exactly what to do when
| they first open the program and see the interface, but don't worry if you
| haven't, because Hydrogen is very easy to learn.


Audio in Linux is awesome

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| I can’t wait for PulseAudio. I’m sure that will make all of this even easier.


Why Vista sounds worse

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| Changes to how the latest version of Windows handles audio playback has
| caused unexpected quality issues for musicians and consumers alike, reports
| Tim Anderson *

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