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Linux MultiMedia Studio


KDE Sound Application

Score 86%
Linux MultiMedia Studio

Linux MultiMedia Studio

Linux MultiMedia Studio

Link:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 3.x
Downloads:  19569
Submitted:  Jul 11 2005
Updated:  Nov 21 2007


LMMS aims to be a free alternative to popular (but commercial and closed- source) programs like FruityLoops/FL Studio, Cubase and Logic allowing you to produce music with your computer. This includes creation of loops, synthesizing and mixing sounds, arranging samples, having fun with your MIDI-keyboard and much more...

LMMS combines the features of a tracker-/sequencer-program and those of powerful synthesizers, samplers, effects etc. in a modern, user-friendly and easy to use graphical user-interface.


* Song-Editor for arranging the song
* creating beats and basslines using the Beat-/Bassline-Editor
* easy-to-use piano-roll for editing patterns and melodies
* instrument- and effect-plugins
* support for hosting VST(i)- and LADSPA-plugins (instruments/effects)
* automation-editor
* MIDI-support


* 0.3.1:
- fixed lot of various segfaults
- fixed possible deadlock when loading VeSTige-plugin
- fixed security-issue in LVSL where other users could read/write communication-pipe
- fixed file-filter in sample-selection-dialog
- added support for DrumSynth-files and a huge collection of such samples
- improved piano-roll usability by better quantizing new notes in edit-mode
- added simple StereoEnhancer-effect-plugin

* 0.3.0:
- new features and lots of bugfixes - see http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?forum_id=727252 for details

* 0.2.1:
- critical bugfixes

* 0.2.0:
- added automation-support
- added undo/redo-support
- new plugins
- added theming-support
- import-plugin for FruityLoops-projects
- quantization of notes
- realtime-capabilities
- lot of bugfixes
- better VST-support

* 0.1.4:
- fixed two really critical bugs

* 0.1.3:
- lot of bugfixes and stability-increasements
- plugins do not fail to load anymore
- heavy improvement on VST-hoster
- added "BitInvader"-plugin, an usereditable wavetable-synthesizer
- more powerful arpeggiator
- further GUI-improvements for a better usability

* 0.1.2:
- heavy GUI-improvements which result in much better usability
- first experimental VSTi-support
- drag'n'drop-support everywhere
- heavy internal changes for better performance and more stability
- ALSA-sequencer-support
- better JACK-support
- more command-line options and better handling of them
- user-defined wave-shapes for LFOs
- tempo-sync-knobs for being able to automatically sync speed of LFO/arpeggio when changing song-tempo (BPM)
- made all instruments plugin residing in /usr/lib/lmms
- see ChangeLog for more details

* 0.1.1:
- fixed critical bugs

* 0.1.0:
- JACK-support
- cool setup-dialog
- heavy GUI-improvements
- many bug-fixes
- and much more... see ChangeLog for details

* 0.1.0rc1:
- a lot of bug-fixes and new features like MIDI-file-import, a few features and/or some feature-completions will come in rc2. See ChangeLog for details.

* 0.1.0beta
- first announcement on kde-apps.org

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 by bitcrazy on: Sep 5 2007
Score 50%

unfortunaly configure doesn't recognize libstk-0.2 and festival-1.96. Libstk resides under /usr/include/libstk, which is a link to /usr/include/libstk-0.2. Also the header is called stk.h, not Stk.h. /usr/include/speechtools doesn't exist anymore.
Distro is openSUSE 10.2


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 by dovidhalevi on: Sep 6 2007
Score 50%

Program is looking nice. It imports complex MIDI files seemingly correctly.

However, it cannot connect to any MIDI devices! This is an old problem already.

MIDI dialog presents one interface. Obviously needs two, input and output. No matter, it cannot connect to one chosen. Once MIDI is working, need friendly support of GS and XG (mostly for "program" names. Can live without this for import of preexisting files as long as the bank and program numbers are intact.

Using Debian Sid, current jack. BTW: Jack MIDI transport is now available as well.

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 by dovidhalevi on: Sep 6 2007
Score 50%

I compiled with it active. Question is how you are distributing this since VST is "non-free" (freely available including sources but non-GPL license and the "sdk" must be gotten from Steinberg/Yamaha). Your compile asks for none of this.

Compiling Ardour with VST cites this problem and says you cannot distribute the binary. Even a differing exec name! One must place a zipped sdk or link it to a source subdirectory to compile.

Muse--one must set environment variables for jack-fst as well as choose in configure. To compile, one needs to manually copy/symlink stuff from the jack-fst sources to which also contain two headers from Steinberg. (This is an error in the muse configure, not a licensing qwerk.)

So .. beware of license problems. You might need to make this less convenient for us :-( !

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 Re: VST

 by tobydox on: Sep 6 2007
Score 50%

LMMS now has free VST-support via an reverse-engineered VST-header (made by one of the LMMS-developers who also didn't sign Steinbergs license and all that) therefore things hopefully should be ok.

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 Looks mazing

 by gunnicom on: Nov 22 2007
Score 50%

I never did music, because i am no musician, but seeing this program just makes me think i should try it :)
I know the look of a program should not matter as much as the functionality but i dont know about the functionality because i am not familiar with this.
I only want to give a compliment for the design, to encourage you to keep up developing good software.

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 by koko2k on: Dec 17 2007
Score 50%

lmms simply rocks!
Thanks, really, to write this masterpiece, this is the only way to use vst plugins on amd64 systems, do you plan to write a little host with jack support?
It would be wonderful.

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 LMMS VST Tutorial

 by d3k4y on: Apr 18 2009
Score 50%

Hey guys, I took the time to write a thorough tutorial on how to load VSTs in LMMS since I couldn't find any on the web. Check it out if you need help figuring it out.


Visit my blog: http://hacktivision.com/
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