[linux-audio-dev] Which sequencer framework for a simple MIDI drum looper ?

Lars Luthman lars.luthman at gmail.com
Tue Aug 15 11:07:23 UTC 2006

On Tue, 2006-08-15 at 10:37 +0200, _ langagemachine wrote:
> Hello.
> I write hoping that some nice LADs might enlighten me ?
> I've been feeling a recent itch to write a simple step-sequencer,
> which outputs MIDI messages to the ALSA seq ; it is intended to drive
> a drum machine. My ideal app is provided with a graphical UI which
> includes HUGE buttons (to give you an idea, the GUI in FL Studio comes
> to mind).
> It may seem silly at this point, but I could not find an existing app
> which exactly suits me.
> But anyway, I think it will be a piece of fun trying to write
> something myself...
> I shamefully admit being no good at C/C++ programming, but I could
> write some GUI code in Python/Java, which would communicate with the
> sequencer engine, over OSC for example.

There are Python bindings for the Dino library. It's not released yet
though and it uses JACK, not ALSA-seq, so it's probably not what you

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