[LAU] midi sequencers

Folderol folderol at ukfsn.org
Tue Jan 15 14:46:49 EST 2008

On Tue, 15 Jan 2008 22:57:13 +1100
Geoff Beasley <songshop at bizmedia.com.au> wrote:

> thanks, i have seen energy-xt.
> 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.
> rosegarden lacks the reliability and polish (or completeness) of it's feature 
> set and is just too buggy for my everyday needs. i've tried it over the last 
> 3-4 years, with every release, only to find the same reliability issues every 
> time. 
> qtractor looks very promising, but isn't likely to offer the completeness of 
> features required for me. seq24 is the same.
> 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.
> best,
> g.

So far you haven't listed a *single* feature you want that is missing
from any of these, nor have you detailed any bugs.

How do you expect any of these points to be addressed if people have no
idea what you are talking about?

Will J Godfrey

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