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    A Good Digital Audio Workstation?

    That is one thing Ubuntu doesn't have. I used FL Studio when I had Windows and I can't get rid of Windows unless I find a good alternative.

    Please don't suggest LMMS!

    I'm serious about making music and LMMS is not. The Depressing UI doesn't help much and it can't load any heavy VSTs. I need a Clean and Powerful one like FL Studio. I haven't heard of any other choice than LMMS so far and if there is, I haven't heard of it.

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    Re: A Good Digital Audio Workstation?

    Cheesemill

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    Re: A Good Digital Audio Workstation?

    Ardour and Rosegarden aren't good from what I've heard.

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    Re: A Good Digital Audio Workstation?

    Run FL Studio on an XP virtual machine. That's what I do It works well and I use loads of plug ins without stuttering. My specs are:
    Intel Core i3 3.3ghz Sandybridge
    8GB Ram
    Nvidia Gt520 graphics card
    500GB HDD

    I give Windows 3gb ram and 2 cores and it works perfectly well

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