What Exactly Are SoundFonts And How Do You Make Them?

Soundfonts are an awesome tool for making music in Linux. You can create your own sample sets and contain them within a single file! Then you can use those files in programs like Qsynth, Rosegarden, and LMMS! Check… Read More

Podcast 100% for FREE with the power of Linux!

This is a complete podcasting tutorial! By the end of this tutorial you should be able to: Have you podcast workstation setup, record and edit your podcast, add music to your podcast, fix mistakes, export your podcast to… Read More

Installing and Testing Ubuntu Studio 18.04

YouTuber, Explaining Computers, who makes some excellent quality content, installed and tested Ubuntu Studio 18.04 in this excellent video. If you don’t know already, Ubuntu Studio is an amazing Linux Distribution based on Ubuntu that is targeted towards… Read More

How to use a Linux laptop for live music performance!

How to use a Linux laptop for live music performance with SEQ24 MIDI sequencer, Qsynth for soundfonts, and Jack-Rack for realtime fx manipulation. Controllers used in this video: MidiPlus Classic 49 http://amzn.to/2xKMIzu (love this controller) Korg NanoKey2 http://amzn.to/2fVUjSn… Read More

Every Single Audacity Preference Explained!

In this Audacity lesson I painstakingly go through every single option in the preferences menu within audacity and give in-depth explanations and examples for each one. This is a great way to learn some of Audacity’s hidden features,… Read More

Why Young Creatives Should Use Linux Instead of Mac or Windows

The tutorials I’ve made on YouTube about Audacity are by far the most popular of all of my videos. I started to wonder why this was? I realized the answer was pretty simple. It’s free software that is… Read More