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    GarageBand alternative for Linux?


    Does anyone know a good GarageBand alternative for Linux?

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    You are after one program but I feel that this is noteworthy...

    http://www.agnula.org/

    An entire naughty distro chock full of so many audio tools your head will spin.

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    Does anyone happen to know if these programs already contain an extensive library of samples like Garageband?

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    no they dont. but why would you want to? the idea is that you use it to record your own right?
    i recorded my band project using audacity, and it worked a treat.
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    you can multitrack and its a lot lot easier to set up than ardour
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    Throwing in my support for Audacity. We use it endlessly at my commercial broadcast FM radio station and it is a pleasure to use. There are other more complicated looking sound editors out there, but Audacity's interface is brilliant in its simplicity. So simple and intuitive, even radio announcers can learn how to use it!
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