asked Jul 08 at 23:50 by GeertKars (21)

I want to make the step from windows to linux

Hello, You are doing well, GNU/Linux is more stable, secure and fast than Windows, and some one else, there are two "Distros" (GNU/Linux version):

https://kxstudio.linuxaudio.org/ Distro with a collection of applications and plugins for professional audio production. DAWs, audio editors, instruments and pluginsVST plugins (integrated), etc.

https://ubuntustudio.org/ Distro with a collection of applications and plugins for professional audio production. DAWs, audio editors, instruments but with VST support is not on base installation, you can install it after.

You can download, burn and start a Live DVD or make a pen drive without erase windows or mac os to do a testing.

My configuration: Lenovo W530, Ubuntu Studio, Novation Audio Hub 2x4, Nektar Impact LX25 + (Nektar DAW Integration custom designed for Bitwig)... Fast, pure and no problems ;-) .

http://www.nektartech.com/impact-lx25-plus.html

Regards.

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answered Jul 14 at 05:40 by tirrel (31)

edited Jul 14 at 05:41

Hi there I'm on Linux mint 18.3 really happy with Bitwig I work as a developer with Linux, I would like to have more patches for the synths (Poly, Phase 4 and FM4) since they really sound great. I'm using a Focusrite Scarlett 2i/2 and it works pretty well. I wonder how many Linux bitwig users are there?

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answered Sep 13 at 15:29 by boriscy (21)

I am an Ubuntu user and bought Bitwig because it supports linux (not solely because of that but that was very important for me. But recently I faced issues with my laptop touch screen and linux. As I can not have any hardware controller this is a no go for me. But if you do not plan to use touch screen .... well it’s a wonderfull OS...

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answered Aug 10 at 13:52 by pitrackster (11)

I have a dual boot Mac/Linux system and love it. KXstudio running on top of KDE neon is fast and stable. I have more plugins to choose from on my Mac partition, but on Linux it runs better, and with so many built-in tools I don't really miss many of the plugs.

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answered Sep 20 at 00:16 by MCMiller (11)

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