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- Ardour is great for big projects and it really comes down to getting used to it. It's powerful and you can do almost anything there, although I still think it slows my flow down. An upside for me is its integration with zynFusion (a new UI for zynaddsubfx).
- LMMS is fast and dirty, and I see myself opening it more frequently than ardour, as I can make a quick beat and throw samples everywhere and also use good synth (with classic zynaddsubfx).
- Rosegarden have not worked properly so far. Maybe with more patience I could set it up, I don't know, but it seems buggy.
I'm also using #MuseScore for musical notation stuff and i love it
Explaining git and software development without being technical Show more
After reading https://kitty.town/@GinnyMcQueen/101688023906508502, I realized I did not know of any complete, non-technical and debutant friendly overview explaining what is git, a pull request, a fork, an issue, a release...
I've spend the last few hours writing soemthing to, hopefully help with that.
What do you think of it? I'd really appreciate your feedback!
Translations needed for Fediverse projects Show more
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i'm thinking of building a home server soon and i've just found this big list of self-hosted software... you might like it:
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Non-Compete just blasted it out of the park with this one:
American history revisited under the classification of "death cult". Some good shit in here.
anarrestian, soundbender, obsolete thinking machine
Sunbeam City is a Libertarian Socialist solarpunk instance. It is ran democratically by a cooperative of like-minded individuals.