I know from a Linux site (phoronix), there was quite an uproar, and as usual talk about a fork. :P Its not really spyware but some use data can be send to audacity. This is a clear example of the advantage of opensource software. They are not able to do this without anybody noticing. The Fork: https...
From what I understand its something that can be turned off or on during compiling. (Audacity) This might mean windows users cant just simply download the .exe file. https://colindorman.com/horn/is-audacity-spyware-or-is-it-safe/ A few days after the initial policy update, Audacity responded and cla...
brandystarbrite wrote:
Fri Jul 30, 2021 5:07 am
Portamento. Now that sounds very Italian.
Allot of music terms ( or all? ) are Italian as far as I know.

http://www.musictheory.org.uk/res-music ... -terms.php

a capella

adagio

fortissimo
It does not exist in mac os as it does in Windows I think but..


There most be some setting though in mac os, were you can choose to install it anyway.

Maybe this helps?

https://www.wikihow.com/Install-Softwar ... s-on-a-Mac
I might have seen it there in my synth1 presets, I will search for it :)
I am working on the drums, but right now am also a bit fed up with the track.

No big deal I will finish this, but right now a bit out of motivation. This often happens to me when covering stuff.

Its 90% done
You could cut frequencies, and or just lower some frequencies of certain instruments.

If you do it too much its gonna sound weird, but it can help.


He does it somewhat different then me, but you will get the idea. He cuts(lowers) certain frequencies
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CgGUjYwOs-M
Do all notes have the same velocity in the piano roll ?
I am just starting to serious pan some instruments myself in my tracks.

I have noticed it does help, to not have one big mess of sound.

https://www.teachmeaudio.com/mixing/techniques/panning
If the reply of musikbear did not fix it:

Were did you install LMMS from ?



I am openSUSE tumbleweed, nice to see another openSUSE user.