[LAU] Seq24 - 0.8.7, 0.93, Seq42 or maybe something else?

Ralf Mardorf ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Sun Jun 5 14:34:50 UTC 2016

On Sun, 5 Jun 2016 16:11:07 +0200, Jeremy Jongepier wrote:
>On 06/05/2016 03:23 PM, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
>> IIRC there's still a seq24 fork under development, but I've forgotten
>> the name and didn't find it now and never used it myself.  
>Kepler34: https://github.com/oli-kester/kepler34

I'm not completely sure, but I guess you're right. I found kepler too,
but was uncertain, I thought the fork isn't Qt based, but most likely
I'm mistaken. When searching for e.g. gseq, I found something completely

On Sun, 5 Jun 2016 13:46:55 +0000, Yassin Philip wrote:
>On 05/06/16 13:23, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
>> My recommendation is Qtractor. It has got a few seriously weak
>> points, but is powerful and easy to use for many tasks. 
>I second this to the max, but Jostein seemed interesting in a tool for 
>composing songs, and not just record them

Qtractor can be used to compose and arrange by different approaches, I'm
not missing a work-flow, just a few features. For the different
approaches I use, it works very good. Either I have an idea and compose
in a more or less classical way or I tinker, hard worded, if following
this approach, the idea is vague or I've got no idea at all and might
not really know what I'm doing, compared with the classical approach.
IMO Qtractor is usable for both, the classical musician and the
completely clueless trial and error composer. YMMV!


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