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I downloaded Win 11 .iso - I now need a disk mounting app such as Etcher, Woe-USB, etc. However NONE of these are available on Elementary or the SNAPD store. Anyone know what I can do as there is no MIDI software on Linux and I want to create music so I can only do this on Windows unfortunately.

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  • This isn't an answer to the return-to-Windows question, but there are plenty of Linux applications that will work with MIDI. Off the top of my head, I can think of Ardour, Bitwig Studio, Renoise, Reaper, and Audacity. There's even Ubuntu Studio, a distribution of Ubuntu wholly focused on audio and video content creation. Is there something in particular missing that only Windows tools can offer?
    – matigo
    Oct 15 at 1:41
  • I got Bitwig with my Midi as a freebie, it does say Linux download but it is debian and I can't seem to run it. Oct 16 at 23:55
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You can download Etcher from here https://www.balena.io/etcher/

It's an appimage file and I've never managed to make it work, but I hope you'll have a different experience.

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  • thanks, I can't get it to work either. Says missing partition table and may not be recognized as bootable. I used GParted to format USB to NTFS but no good. Oct 16 at 23:54
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You can download etcher from:

https://balena.io/etcher

I have done so and it works perfectly OK (for me) and is very easy to use.

https://itsfoss.com/use-appimage-linux/

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  • thanks, I can't get it to work. Says missing partition table and may not be recognized as bootable. I used GParted to format USB to NTFS but no good. Oct 16 at 23:54

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