[LAU] midi sequencers

Dave Phillips dlphillips at woh.rr.com
Tue Jan 15 07:47:53 EST 2008

Geoff Beasley wrote:
> muse is as good a seq as you'll find.  i've been using muse for almost 4 years 
> full time and it already has 99% of what a quality sequencer needs but has a 
> few little nasties that make long sessions very painful and slow...and the 
> devs don't have the time to fix them.
Post a bounty for your required features. Money motivates wonderfully.

> i know there's no answer to this, but seems no one else is making the point 
> and it needs to be made for a complete linux audio solution.
It's been made before, trust me. I've posted lists of the features I'd 
like to see, but I think there are still too few devs with too little 
available time. Add to that the fact that most users have wanted audio 
features first, and we end up with a not-so-satisfactory state of 
(purely) MIDI software for Linux.

High hopes for a MIDIfied Ardour here, though I think seq24 could be 
expanded to make the sequencer I'd like to see.



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