Re: [linux-audio-user] apps for practicing improvisation

From: Dave Phillips <dlphillips@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Mon Jun 20 2005 - 00:53:07 EEST


  Some useful apps are listed at, look under the
Musicians Utilities section.

  There are tons of MIDI files out on the net, I often download files
for arranging songs for my students. Some files need no work at all,
others require massive participation. ;)

  I also like to write drum and bass parts for my students. I can work
quickly with a sequencer like seq24, it's a very simple matter to whack
out a few tracks as accompaniment parts. Nice to be able to alter tempo,
loop, and transpose at will.



Gilles Degottex wrote:

>I'm looking for softwares to practice improvisation, chords grids,
>beat/mesures following, etc.
>I found on or two interesting apps, but I want to know of your experiences :)
>someone know of good web site for ressources, drums rythmes, grid files, etc ?
>for example, hydrogen seems really usefull, but I found no web sites with a
>lot of h2song files.
>Thanks in advance,
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