i use bitwig (pirated ofc too - btw what version is yours? i have a 3.something) on ubuntu studio, and it crashed my whole computer, which is super rare for linux. It was weird
I'll tell you if it works with guitar when i get that set up>>10742
i heard gen3 doesnt work well with linux possibly?
It's great that they are. For intensive single-purpose machines like video editing rigs, Linux often has a better capability to specialize and ends up being the smarter base to use to get the most out of the system without making a system from scratch, so we've now seen official professional support on a couple of OSs for Davinci Resolve, for example (my sore spot was video editing). I had heard many times audio production like DAWs were always a sore-spot for Linux along with CAD, so it's good to see progress being made. Getting VSTs to work is awesome because it would be a killer to not have sausage fattener :^)
>Are you a composer or producer who runs Linux?
I make shitty mashups, remixes and plunderphonics in Audacity. I guess that doesn't qualify.
Using 4.0.1 from https://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=6090753
Lmk if you get a guitar sorted out, and what stack you use for that.
I've been trying out Rosegarden and I really like the simplicity of it. It's how I imagine how Cubase was in the 90s. Ardour is a good audio recorder, but is a bad MIDI editor so I just do it with Rosegarden.
>>10708>I've got a Nix derivation that builds a cracked version of Bitwig for me automatically, feelsgoodman
Link to this crack?