LMMS

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LMMS
Lmms logo.png
LMMS 0.4.0 ScreenShot.png
A screenshot of LMMS 0.4.0, showing the interface features.
Developer(s) Tobias Doerffel
Paul Giblock
Danny McRae
Javier Serrano Polo
and others
Initial release 2004
Stable release 1.0.3 / July 9, 2014; 41 days ago (2014-07-09)
Development status Active
Written in C++
Operating system GNU/Linux, Windows
Available in 15 languages[1]
Type Digital audio workstation
License GNU General Public License
Website http://lmms.sourceforge.net/

LMMS (originally Linux MultiMedia Studio) is a free software digital audio workstation. Music can be produced by synthesizing sounds, arranging samples, and playing on a MIDI keyboard by combining the features of trackers, sequencers and synthesizers. It supports LADSPA and VST plugins.[2]

LMMS is available for the GNU/Linux, OpenBSD, and Microsoft Windows operating systems. Version 0.4.0 is a rewrite of the older 0.3.x and uses the Qt 4 framework. LMMS 0.4.5 has been ported to Mac OS X through MacPorts[citation needed] and has also been noted to work, with some limitations, in Mac OS X through WineBottler, a fork of Darwine.[citation needed]

Features[edit]

A short piece of chiptune-style music created with LMMS, demonstrating the capabilities of the program's SID emulator.

Problems playing this file? See media help.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Currently supported languages". LMMS. Retrieved 20 Oct 2011. 
  2. ^ "LMMS — Linux MultiMedia Studio". SourceForge. Retrieved 17 May 2011. 

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