What the best Linux Distribution to work with MuseScore
Dear friends, health and greetings!
I am seriously pondering migration from Windows 7 to Linux. I have no experience with Linux and just have read something about it and seen a comparison table between the many distributions.
Linux seems to be more reliable and quicker as a system, and that is vital.
I have seen that some Linux distributions are meant for multimedia, specially for music, like musix or dyne:bolic.
I am actually at loss on what distribution I should choose, but a high priority is the seamless and quick working of MuseScore as well its integration with MIDI sources and other music softwares that might be provided in such packages.
Presently, MuseScore seems to be heavy on my Windows 7 system and works poorly and slowly, but that might be due to the system direly needing reinstallation. Instead of giving Windows a new opportunity, I would rather jump to Linux, but as for now, that feels like a jump on the darkness.
Any feedback about the performance of MuseScore in Linux as well in specific distributions is welcome. Additional feedback on other Linux music distributions and software is welcome as well. I will be certainly using Audacity, and might use other tools insofar the system performance allows.
I might use some video edition as well, but poor performance has been hindering any plane from coming to light.
Thank you for any feedback.
PS: a new SSD disk is on the way, so that the memory would expand from some 300 GB to 500 GB.