[linux-audio-user] Looking for a light midi sequncer

Robert Jonsson rj at spamatica.se
Tue Mar 29 13:48:40 EST 2005

On Tuesday 29 Mar 2005 18:40, Sean Bolton wrote:
> On Mar 29, 2005, at 4:35 AM, COCHARD Yves wrote:
> > Apps like rosegarden are quite too big for me and especially for my
> > old computer! After googling and googling, I didn't match any app that
> > could....
> I'm in a similar place -- Muse and Rosegarden are too heavy even
> for my middle-aged machine, 

I'm curious, how fast is a middle-aged machine? :)

Seriously though, MusE does take a bit of memory, but performance wise I don't 
see it as heavy, unless you do audio, but that's a whole other ballgame.


> Seq24 and ttrk are great but are too 
> loop-based for my needs, most of the other projects I've found have
> been abandoned.
> What I'd really love to have is something like the "open mode" on
> Dr. T's KCS.  I did more creative sequencing with KCS on my
> Apple ][+ than I've yet done on linux. :-/
> -Sean


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