[linux-audio-user] MIDI recording, frustrated, set me straight

Guy Daniel CLOTILDE guy.clotilde at wanadoo.fr
Sat May 24 10:02:01 EDT 2003


On 24 May 2003 06:14:05 -0700
Mark Knecht <markknecht at attbi.com> wrote / a écrit:

> You want a sequencer. A tracker is a bit different in that it plays
> prerecorded audio files at specific times.

Is it not what he may want? seq24 (http://filter24.org/seq24/) for instance is oriented for live playing . It records midi tracks and play them back. Best of all, it's really lightweight.
I found that RG is a tool well suited for composing, mixing midi tracks (bass, drums, violins, etc) and audio tracks (guitar, voices).

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