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Open Source Music Creation Tool ‘LMMS’ Scores Its First Update in 4 Years

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Once pitched as a free Fruityloops (now FL Studio) clone, LMMS has matured into a brilliant beat maker (okay, digital audio workstation) in its own right.

The app boasts an easy-to-use interface, lots of tools, and plenty of advanced features, including support for VST instruments.

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LMMS – Free Music Creation Tool Lands A Major Release

  • LMMS – Free Music Creation Tool Lands A Major Release

    LMMS is available for Linux, Windows and MacOS.

    LMMS is available as standalone executable with all dependencies as AppImage which can run on Ubuntu, Linux Mint and other distributions. You can download the 64-bit AppImage using below link.

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