Beat Buddy Manager is not Linux friendly?

Beat Buddy Manager is not available in a Linux version and all of my computers run on Linux distros. I am not concerned with creating custom beats but I would like to download and add some new ones to my SD card. Is it possible to drag and drop directly onto the SD card in one of the song genre folders and add a new beat that way?

Regrettably, because the files are a proprietary format, the BeatBuddy Manager (BBM) is needed to manage the content on the SD card (songs, folders, drum sets and projects).

Some Linux users use WINE to run the BBM on their PC or Mac.

Thanks for the quick answer. I installed Beat Buddy Manager in wine but was hesitant to try it without finding out if that approach has worked for others. I’ll give it a test drive and see what happens.

Dolphin is one of the best file manager for Linux. It comes with a KDE environment.