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Music Software ??

Is there any serious professional Musicsoftware available for Linux ??
MIDI and Audio Sequencing ??

- CakeWalk Audio
- Logic Audio
- Cubase

???
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Jeb
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tq3407Commented:
Here is a link that you can go to that has some software available.  There are more I'm quite sure out there.  See if any of the ones in this list will work.

http://linuxcentral.com/linux/apps/linapps.html
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yoranyo2000Commented:
I am looking for a good CD-R burning software under linux myself.. everytime I have to burn CDs or burn some mp3s I have to go back to windows ... :-(  .. I tried couple of CD R software ... they just really SUCK ... Linux needs some cool applications, some one needs to sit back and make a list of applications that are needed for home use ( NOT SERVER SH*T) ... and some company should open up and make them softwares but oh yeah how in the hell they would make any money .... ha ha . . .  !!! POOR LINUX !! and POOR ME !!
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JebAuthor Commented:
Multimedia Applications !!

Let's get some alternative to Windows !!  A smarter and faster alternative that releases the power of the PIII processor !!

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biardCommented:
Here's a couple.  Jazz++ is probably the better of the 2.

http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/programs/cecilia_v2/

http://www.jazzware.com/jazzpage.html

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toneusCommented:
There is a nice package available called rosegarden. It is also ditributed by Debian:

http://www.jp.debian.org/Packages/stable/sound/rosegarden.html

Rosegarden homepage:

http://www.bath.ac.uk/~masjpf/rose.html

Good luck!

Ton
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