This page will be the starting point for all FAQ, Guides and How-Tos related to multimedia production in Ubuntu.<
- Getting Started With Ubuntu Studio
- Installation - Guides on installing Ubuntu Studio.
- Using Ubuntu Studio
- Audio - A description of the audio features and capabilities in Ubuntu Studio.
- Graphics - A description of the graphics creation and editing capabilities in Ubuntu Studio.
- Video - A description of video manipulation capabilities included in Ubuntu Studio.
- Music Notation - A description of music notation editing, printing and engraving capabilities included in Ubuntu Studio.
- Detailed Support
- Application Support - A small list of applications included in Ubuntu Studio and their respective support outlets.
- Reporting Bugs - If you find a bug in Ubuntu Studio, please help out by reporting it.
- Frequently Asked Questions - Answers to the most frequently asked questions.
- Wishlist - A list which help packagers on the packaging process of all of those interesting programs which are not yet in the repository.
- Getting Started - Getting started with music production in Linux.
- JACK Configuration - How to configure JACK.
- Ubuntu Studio Controls - Easy access to system settings for memlock and Raw1394
- FireWire Audio - How to configure a firewire audio device.
- Quick Tips - Share quick and easy tips to help other community members more efficiently use Ubuntu Studio.
- Hardware Optimization - Share configuration and driver set-up details to optimize their functionality in Ubuntu Studio.
- Hardy Upgrade - Upgrade a current Hardy Heron install to Ubuntu Studio.
- HowToSeq24Introduction - A tutorial on making a song in Ubuntu Studio (one method).
- HowToPureDataIntroduction - An introduction to the Pure Data Programming Language.
- Multi-Card quickfix - hw:0 is unreliable if you have more than one device. Use this instead.
- Ubuntu Studio Preparation - Install just what you really need to record audio from a standard Ubuntu Hardy, Intrepid or Jaunty install, if you don't want to install full Ubuntu Studio. Professional sound cards and Firewire setup are explained.
- Help Grow Ubuntu Studio - Linux is built around community involvement, if you've got an idea chances are you could help Ubuntu Studio get better.
- Create Digital Music: Switching from Mac OS X to Ubuntu