Free DAWs for Linux – Music Recording Software on Linux

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This video covers the best free DAWs for creating music on Linux.

Linux is a free operating system that can be used to record and create music in the home studio. Though the programs aren’t as polished or well supported as those on Windows and Mac, there are some powerful options available. In this video, we cover some of the best programs that are freely available for audio production on Linux.

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27 COMMENTS

  1. the best non free production tool imo is reaper. its inexpensive and has all the features. runs on everything too. (even on raspberry pis)

  2. I have totally fallen in love with the Linux system! ❤ It's like the generous and all-loving charitable equivalent to all those greedy buisiness-snakes out there who only see you as one of their personal crops to harvest from! 😤

  3. LMMS and Audacity are amazing I'm able to record audio and mix and master in LMMS. Also great for making custom VSTs I use Audacity to record and splice and LMMS to further cut down audio cut if needed.

  4. Audacity has a lot of issues when it comes to Linux Mint 19…it hangs…it clips….and it randomly stops….I personally use traktion t7 DAW…

  5. The lack of sound card support stops linux dead in it's tracks as being a viable alternative for audio production. Ya there are a couple that you can get to work kinda, but it's a train wreck getting them to work. Shame because I would love to get off of windows.

  6. For me on gnu linux 1) Mixbus 5, 2) Ardour, 3) Waveform 9 and Tracktion 7 – 4),Bitwig 2.3.4 -,5) – Qtractor, 6) Lmms

  7. Ardour is available pre-compiled in the KXStudio repositories.

    http://kxstudio.linuxaudio.org/Repositories:Applications

  8. Great overview! Thanks!
    Which program would you recommend to an os x gargageband user who is switching to Linux?

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