When working with Multimedia / Proaudio on Linux | Debian, you have a lot of small packages installed pretty soon (one task one tool). With as consequence a very long list in the menu part for multimedia packages. Ubuntu Studio tries to make the situation better by providing a 'audioproduction' and 'videoproduction' menu. In my view this isn't always a good solution cause some packages are in the wrong part, displayed twice and most of the installations do still have a long list of applications.

A quick look at Tango Studio showed that they have more menu parts, one for audio mixing plugins and synths etc.


I thought, isn't there a way to make a better menu by the Debian Multimedia Team? A bit like Ubuntu Studio has done e.g. an extra menu package you can install if you want to do Multimedia production, but then better?

What do you think?

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