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linux in general could use a ton of video tutorials about music theory, making everything from dubstep to minimal drum and bass and liquid drum and bass even to metal.

Also, In future releases of the automation track, you might want to link it to midi and mackie control buttons. so that you can just play the song, twist the buttons and record the automation track. when it comes down to it its just more mackie control, but it will be great.

and then playing the automation track you can just record over it or record a new one that exactly copies the old one until you twist a button differently and then fades back into the original one until you make an other change.

and then you can mess around with outputting the automation tracks to things like mixers and shit like that to control eq's faders effects etcetera during live performances.
tya wrote:
Thu Nov 29, 2018 2:16 pm
could use a ton of video tutorials about music theory, making everything from dubstep to minimal drum and bass and liquid drum and bass even to metal.
There are a 'ton' of vids. just search 'lmms' on youtube, i believe the 50000 mark has been reached..
Here is a few kilo of mine:
https://www.youtube.com/user/bearsoundz/featured
automation track,
link it to midi and mackie control buttons.
What is a 'mackie' control button
twist the buttons and record the automation track.
That can be done in our RC's already!
Right-click the Automation track, and try the 'Record' option !

during live performances.
LMMS for live performance will eventually come, but it is not scheduled. We need coders!

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