Modular music creation program energyXT is heading to the increasingly popular Linux platform. This week saw the release of a beta version of energyXT2, which is both Linux and Windows compatible.
Speaking on a Linux blog, developer Jorgen Aase says how he likes Linux’s community-driven approach, as well as the multitude of free programming tools available for the up–and-coming platform. In fact, so taken is Aase with the OS, he describes it as “the future of music production platforms”. The question is, how soon will that future arrive?
Check out the beta version of energyXT2
Check out Jorgen Aase’s comments on Linux Rock Star