Friday's Freeware: LNX Studio 2 now available
Sorry non-Mac users, this Friday's Freeware is not (yet) for you, as LNX's new collaborative DAW is currently Mac OS-only.
LNX_Studio is a Digital Audio Work Station created in the SuperCollider language. It is said to feature a powerful set of tools for creating music, all of which can be networked.
LNX_Studio includes a library full of Drum Machines for creating beats, Synthesisers for making melodies, effects for processing sounds, and MIDI modules for controlling internal or external equipment.
Licence is Free (General Public License) but LNX_Studio 2 is currently only available on Mac OS 10.8.5+ systems, with a Linux version expected to be released soon in Alpha version and a Windows version being rumoured (but unconfirmed yet).
- Networked collaborative DAW
- Powerful Synthesis Engine (Supercollider)
- Full MIDI integration
- Virtual Analog synthesisers
- Drum machines
- Step Sequencers
- Piano Roll - (Import MIDI files)
- Record Audio Out
- Presets & Programs
- Chord library
- Design your own instruments & effects
- Control external equipment
More details at LNX's website.
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