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Old 07-26-2018, 11:40 AM   #11
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That's a very hard question

You can have a minimal system with just reaper and a window manager, or KDE/GNOME with the kitchensink installed. You can most likely configure any distro to run reasonably well.

I've never used it myself, but from what I understand from other people is probably the best solution to wet your feet with linux. It already set up for low latency audio and has loads of audio programs and plugins thanks to

You could install avlinux on an usb stick and boot from that just for testing.
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