Do you want to know how to play music straight from your Linux terminal? Here’s a look at three command-line music players.
Nootka gives real-time feedback, has multiple difficulty levels, and is customizable.
You might not have heard of Guayadeque, but it packs features other players lack.
Open Music columnist Chris Hermansen has been testing out open source music players to see which ones have the features he likes. In his most recent article, he explains 6 things he loves about the Guayadeque open source music player, and shares his experience testing out other players. Which open... Read more
Learn how to install and get started with MuseScore, the open source WYSIWYG sheet music creation suite.
In this month's Nooks and Crannies column, we look at LilyPond, a free, mature music-typesetting program that is part of the GNU Project.
Aaron Wolf shares five tools for those looking to get started making music on Linux.
The first article in our new Open Music column is dedicated to the author's favorite open music format: the vinyl LP.
Aaron Wolf shares his practical tips for getting your Linux-based computer ready to handle professional-quality music recording, editing, and production.
Chris Hermansen explores some popular options for creating your own Linux-based music server, and looks at the hardware, software, and configuration issues which may emerge.