Linux does not come "pre-installed" on any Chromebook. Whoever gifted the Chromebook to you put it there. And it's not going to work WELL, in any case, because Chromebooks were never built to run anything but ChromeOS. I doubt many Linux experts can get LMMS to run on a Linux-ified Chromebook withou...
Don't see the problem. You're living a musical life. Consider yourself lucky to have a passion, and super-duper lucky if you're actually good at it. **says the computer-hobbiest who now works in I.T. I haven't been overly lucky in life, but I nailed that one, at least.**
I don't understand how you can compose a song that you don't like...

'S like saying "I believe that my opinion is wrong." No one says that. Ever. Unless they've just changed it, i.e., "I believe now that my PREVIOUS opinion WAS wrong, but now it's right."
So I've been very confused about "Mixing". Every site that defines it, I realized, is talking about RECORDING SEPARATE INSTRUMENTS (voice counts as an "instrument"). Then "mixing" is putting them all together. And I read up what "mixing" entails - setting relative volumes, tweaking the sounds, addin...
Speaking of melodies, I was searching for an LMMS version of "Seven Nation Army" (White Stripes) last night. There's several in the Sharing section. But NOT ONE of them attempts to re-create the melody of the song. They're all just the base line, over and over and over (and over). That doesn't work ...
I agree with musicbear; what could you POSSIBLY need that isn't already there in the default installation? The selection of synths is way overkill considering that zynAddSubFx probably COULD do all of them, if only you spend the years to figure out how to work it. Also zasfx doesn't make ADSR tweeki...
The 1.2 version is available as an "AppImage" for Linux. I use it at home on Linux Mint 19 (I think) and it even runs at work on CentOS 7 - so that's pretty flexible. I just wish it was easy to find other AppImages... most of the entries in the AppImage Hub (don't have the URL handy) don't seem to h...
Undo?
Sounds to me like a (not sure what to call it) "record scratch" that's been pitch-bent downward.
I daren't watch youTube at work - but I thought I'd share this: I dunno the name of the song, but it's the Opening Theme of "Bojack Horseman". I pondered for a long time how the HELL someone made that weird sound. Then, while playing with what I could do with samples in LMMS, I noticed the button fo...