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Lmms

LMMS
Screenshot of LMMS 1.0.0 after start up.
Screenshot of LMMS 1.0.0, showing the interface features.
Developer(s) Tobias Doerffel
Paul Giblock
Danny McRae
Javier Serrano Polo
and others
Initial release 2004 as Linux MultiMedia Studio
Stable release 1.1.3 / March 7, 2015 (2015-03-07)
Development status Active
Written in C++
Operating system Cross-platform
Available in 15 languages[1]
Type Digital audio workstation
License GNU General Public License
Website https://lmms.io

LMMS (previously Linux MultiMedia Studio) is a free digital audio workstation. Music can be produced by synthesizing sounds, arranging samples, and playing on a MIDI keyboard by combining the features of trackers, sequencers and synthesizers. It supports LADSPA, SF2 files and VST plugins.[2]

LMMS is available for multiple operating systems including GNU/Linux, OpenBSD and Microsoft Windows. Version 1.1.0 is the last major version built on the previous 1.0.0. Ever since LMMS 1.1.0, official binary releases are available for Mac OS X.

LMMS is meant to be a free replica of FL Studio.

Contents

  • Features 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Features

A short piece of chiptune-style music created with LMMS, demonstrating the capabilities of the program's SID emulator.

Problems playing this file? See .
  • Song Editor — for composing songs
  • Beat+Bassline Editor — for creating beats and basslines
  • FX mixer — with unlimited FX channels
  • Piano Roll — for editing patterns and melodies
  • Automation Editor
  • MIDI keyboard support
  • Multiple instruments and effects out of the box:
  • Compatible with many standards:
  • Shared People's projects , Presets , Samples and Themes

See also

References

  1. ^ "LMMS". Retrieved 20 Oct 2011. 
  2. ^ "LMMS — Linux MultiMedia Studio". SourceForge. Retrieved 17 May 2011. 
  • Tobias Doerffel (December 2005). "Making Music with Linux Multimedia Studio" (PDF).  
  • Dave Phillips (2008-10-01). "State of the Art: Linux Audio 2008, Part II".  

External links

  • Homepage
  • LMMS Wiki, for documentation, tutorials, and help.
  • LMMS Facebook Group
  • LMMS Google+ Group
  • LMMS SoundCloud Group
  • LMMS Sharing Platform


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