How do I prepare Manjaro KDE for audio production?

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2020-06-28 18:51:04

How do I do that? I have a fresh Manjaro installation and we’re going to go for the process of configuring, the system and installing all necessary packages making sure it works good and then installing all the software that you might need for a music production, all the doors or the plugins.

And that sort of thing, and I’m going to show you where to get this and how to install it, how to later update it, etc. So you’ve just logged in for the first time into your new system and there’s a few things I want to do. The first thing might be a little bit strange to you, but the first thing I ever do is configure backups. So let’s open a program called time shift. Now it’s not installed, so we have to install time shift now.

Something I really like about Manjaro is that it has a drop-down terminal installed by default. So if you just press f12, you get this terminal, you can press shift, +, alt, +, arrow keys, right, arrow, key and down arrow key to make it bigger, and I usually like to have it much bigger. We can also make the font bigger if we just use ctrl + my mouse wheel, and this is going to be much easier to to follow.

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