Free, open source, multiplatform digital audio workstation.
LMMS is a free cross-platform alternative to commercial programs like FL Studio®, which allow you to produce music with your computer. This includes the creation of melodies and beats, the synthesis and mixing of sounds, and arranging of samples. You can have fun with your MIDI-keyboard and much more; all in a user-friendly and modern interface.
LMMS features components such as a Song Editor, a Beat+Bassline Editor, a Piano Roll, an FX Mixer as well as many powerful instruments and effects.
Start LMMS in normal GUI mode.
Dump XML of compressed (MMPZ) file in.
Render given project file.
Render each track to a different file.
Upgrade file in and save as out. Standard out is used if no output file is specified.
Bypass root user startup check (use with caution).
Get the configuration from configfile instead of ~/.lmmsrc.xml (default).
Show usage information and exit.
Show version information and exit.
Specify the preferred size and position of the main window.
geometry syntax is xsizexysize+xoffset+yoffset.
Default: full screen.
Import MIDI or Hydrogen file in.
Use 32bit float bit depth.
Specify output bitrate in KBit/s (for OGG encoding only), default is 160.
Specify format of render-output where format is either 'wav', 'ogg' or 'mp3'.
Specify interpolation method - possible values are linear, sincfastest (default), sincmedium, sincbest.
If -e is specified lmms exits after importing the file.
Render the given file as a loop, i.e. stop rendering at exactly the end of the song. Additional silence or reverb tails at the end of the song are not rendered.
Set the stereo mode used for the MP3 export. stereomode can be either 's' (stereo mode), 'j' (joint stereo) or 'm' (mono). If no mode is given 'j' is used as the default.
Render into path.
For --render, this is interpreted as a file path.
For --render-tracks, this is interpreted as a path to an existing directory.
Dump profiling information to file out.
Specify output samplerate in Hz - range is 44100 (default) to 192000.
Specify oversampling, possible values: 1, 2 (default), 4, 8.
Tobias Doerffel <tobydox/at/users.sourceforge.net>, Paul Giblock and others. See AUTHORS for details.
https://lmms.io/ https://lmms.io/documentation/ https://github.com/LMMS/lmms