[LAU] midi sequencers
arnold at arnoldarts.de
Thu Jan 17 06:16:09 EST 2008
Am Donnerstag, 17. Januar 2008 schrieb Gordon JC Pearce:
> On Wednesday 16 January 2008 20:39:02 Geoff Beasley wrote:
> > On Wednesday 16 January 2008 22:31:38 Chuckk Hubbard wrote:
> > > It improves IF someone decides to fill a need.
> > the purpose of the original post.
> Perhaps, but since you haven't actually said *why* every other sequencer
> isn't suitable, it's hard to know what to do about it.
> Maybe if you could articulate your requirements in some way rather than
> just saying "All the sequencers in Linux are crap, write me another one!"
> then things might happen...
To be fair he didn't say "all sequencers are crap, write me another one", he
said "all sequencers have bugs that make them unusable for daily usage,
please more people fix it or write a new one without bugs".
And actually he is right, I am using muse to, and while the latest versions
(in the gentoo pro-audio overlay) can't be compiled because it needs an older
version of the jack-midi-api, the older 'stable' versions have quite some
But I am not to keen in fixing these things, I tend to avoid sequencing
altogether, real music played live even if it is only one guy in the studio
is much better than pushing notes with the mouse. Too much like Dieter
Bohlen, isn't it Audiofranky? :-P
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