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

Jostein Chr. Andersen jostein at vivaldi.net
Sun Jun 5 15:40:31 UTC 2016

On söndag 5 juni 2016 kl. 13:02:06 CEST Yassin Philip wrote:
> Have you tried harmonySeq <https://harmonyseq.wordpress.com/>? It's
> quite wonderful, and really refreshing, I tried it out, and even made a
> (french) tutorial for it
> <http://linuxfr.org/users/philippemc/journaux/betatest-reveille-le-cyberponk
> >, just after reading a very enthusiastic (borderline lyrical) article from
> Louigi Verona
> <http://www.louigiverona.com/?page=projects&s=writings&t=linux&a=linux_harmo
> nyseq> about it.
> I made a quick song (well, no, just a short piece of music, but I'd like
> to use it as a pure composition tool to make SONGS, like R&D verses,
> hooks and bridge with its key changing functions) right away in it
> (using only Qsynth with the Debian fluid-soundfont) and the sky was
> really the limit, it responds quickly, is very light and
> one-task-one-tool compliant, and did not crash on me once.
> Definitely try it if you didn't.

Cool, I haven't tried it but will definitely check it out! It looks like it's 
more advanced than it appears to be at first sight, but the advanced stuff is 
out of the way.

Thanks!  :-)


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