Recently made FIVE tracks? Sigh. I wish I was fast... Sooooo...you've uploaded them? Or have SoundCloud links or something? I've just last weekend gotten on the SoundCloud bandwagon... have several tracks uploaded, and apparently my free account allows me 166 minutes more music-time I can upload. Th...
... hard to believe no one else has chimed in... I seem to recall hearing (but I'd at least google before actually doing it) that you can "sample" anything you want to - including other people's copyrighted works - as long as the sample doesn't last more a certain amount of time. This might mean tha...
Not only do you need a lawyer, but an "entertainment" lawyer - I hear it's a whole special field. Google is your friend, although you might get lucky and get a response from a Pro LMMS user here who sells their work. But that ain't me. Seems like there must be some kind of leeway for just using a SA...
Basically, if you intend to use the GPL'd LMMS samples in your own programs and then have people PAY you for your programs, then no, you can't use them. Anything you create using GPL software must also be GPL (or even more permissive - apache, MIT, BSD licenses) software. And you have to make the so...
The ReadMe.txt file says to just put it in your ~/vst folder... I'm using LMMS 1.2 AppImage, so I assume it must mean ~/lmms/plugins/vst. So I put the Tunefish4.so file in there like the README says. The Vestige loader only lets you choose .dll or .exe files. Sigh. So I type in the name - case sensi...
The loop button is the >< icon in the title bar of the Piano Roll. Turn it on. Part of the bar-label will light up, showing you what's going to loop. Move the endpoints with right-click (end of loop) and middle-click (start of loop). Although it gets kind of tricky (not always doing what you expect ...
Project Notes! Of course... what a silly bunt.
For the flute: have you tried overlapping notes? Hi to low - something with low attack and long release?

As for the swelling, no idea. Aside from attack/release and automation - and you said you tried that, so... no idea.
Life would be hard (for me, a music newbie) without the Scale feature. I just wish it would remember the scale chosen between one session and the next. Sometimes I forget, and just have to try several and see where my notes fit... Luckily, so far, I only use a few: C major to sound important/jubilan...
Given the sheer number of controls (sometimes), I can see why DAW/VST/Synth/Effect - everything, really - programmers seem to universally go with the knobs. Sliders would just take up too much screen space. Unless they were really, really tiny sliders, which would be even harder to control. And besi...