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Tango Studio 2.2 Is a Distro for Musicians and Professional Studios

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The Linux platform is home to quite a few operating systems dedicated to sound, video, and graphics editing. Some are better than others, but they all try to do the same thing and get some free tools in the hand of the people who need them the most.

The advantage of Tango Studio is that you don't need to configure almost anything in the operating system and most of the tools just work, without any extra input from the user. It's a very helpful OS, especially for the people who just want to work and not tinker with a Linux distribution...

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