Howdy and Welcome. My musical experience is just limited to playing a blues harp/harmonica as a amateur. It works for me at a camp fire while
I ride my motorcycle on trips.Edit
: I forgot. Throw us from terminal a inxi report on your install so we can see what you are running.
So here is the best I can do for you right now.Link
Eino knows a lot about setting up a antix studio version. I shot him a PM to take a look at this thread. In the meantime. I hope you find a solution in the link I provided
. Maybe one of those threads shows any fix you may need. Good luck with it.
If you look through inxi -r in terminal. You will see AntiX is Debian with added benefits included without systemd. I am not sure if systemd may be requirement for certain applications you use to install properly or not. I am not knowledgeable enough to know this . Being I am not a
a studio application using AntiX user. All I can say is to run the problematic application through a terminal to launch it.
Then post errors in this thread. Maybe another, more knowledgeable member than me will know how to rid you of that error message.
Happy Trails, Rok.