Surely I can't be the only Linux neckbeard in the house. . . do any of you have any hot tips for recording demos on Linuxboxen?
So far for the 2020 50/90, I've been forced to record everything as a one-track on my phone, but I'm getting my new computer set up the way I like it, and will be back to multitracking through a real microphone pretty soon.
When I'm not suffering with brokenputeritis and being forced to record with my phone, I use Audacity, which you may scoff at as being the cretinous little brother of real recording software, but hey, it's free and it works and it was developed for Linux, and you don't have to grow any extra lobes on your brain to figure out how to use it. I'm a songwriter, not a recording engineer.
I know that Audacity is capable of using a whole slew of different types of plug-in, but I'm not all that 'hep' -- as the kids say -- to the dizzying array of Nyquist, LV2, VST, Ladspa, etc. plugins that are available out there. If you're more conversant, I'd love to hear you hold forth on that topic as well.