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Dual boot - Fedora workstation - Fedora Jam

I have been trying to install a second instance of Linux on my computer that would be dedicated to audio/video editing. I want a real time kernel, ardour (I am a subscriber) ...the works. I have a separate drive for this to avoid any complications. I created a separate /boot and /boot/efi partitions and I was hoping that two installations could share the boot and boot/efi to boot the operating systems. I tried Ubuntu studio - that did not recognize the Fedora installation at all and did not install the boot loader. I also tried Fedora Jam that overwrote my boot partition and made my work computer unusable. The only distribution that was successfully detecting another OS was openSUSE but I wanted to get away from that. Anyone tried a similar setup? Two Linux distributions on one machine, loading different kernel configurations?