Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] A good MIDI sequencer.
From: Jason (hormonex_AT_yankthechain.com)
Date: Sun May 05 2002 - 10:44:53 EEST
On Sun, 5 May 2002, Mark Constable wrote:
> Stephane Rollandin wrote:
> > At 00:30 05/05/02, you wrote:
> >> I hear you. It's too bad that Linux does not yet have a full-featured and
> >> stable sequencer. And I too, would not hesitate to buy a commercial one
> >> for this OS if one were good, stable, and available (Cakewalk, are you
> >> listening?).
> > what about KeyKit ? it already has all the basic tools written, and it's
> > quite easy to enhance them or create new ones
> Last I checked it out it still had licensing issues, unless
> things have changed in the last year, it is not under a decent
> open source license.
> The test I judge a sequencer by is how easy it is to alter the
> volume of, say, all kick drum notes in a drum channel... if it
> takes any more than 1/2 dozen clicks/keystrokes then I move on
> to the next app and try again. In my limited experience it's
> Cakewalk that wins this contest.
> --markc (deperately looking for a MIDI sequencer too)
You wouldn't think that the interpolate and select by filter editing
options would be that difficult to duplicate, and yet no one else comes
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