64 Studio 2.0: A GNU/Linux Distribution Tailored for Digital Content Creation

64 Studio is a GNU/Linux distribution tailored for digital content creation, including audio, video, graphics and publishing tools.

It is designed to retain compatibility with Debian Etch, to create a long-lived and stable creative desktop. The second stable release of 64 Studio is named after Electrical Audio, Steve Albini's studio in Chicago, USA. All downloads are available on the 64studio.com website, and users can upgrade from previous releases using the stable APT repository. The distribution comes with a selection of creative applications, internet and office tools, and can be installed on both AMD64/Intel64 and 32-bit flavors. It is free software, but it does not come with any warranty. Developers and users who are interested in getting involved with the project are most welcome, and the 64 Studio Ltd. company now offers commercial support to end users of the distribution.