a MIDI sequencing application helpful for music composers and live artists
harmonySEQ is a MIDI sequencer for Linux. Basically, it does what any
sequencer do – it playbacks a sequence of notes. However, it is slightly
different from most of the popular software sequencers.
A list of features consists of :
- Any number of synchronized sequencers
- Each can play different pattern of notes to different MIDI channels on different velocities
- Melodies/patterns may have unequal lengths and resolutions, but they will still be synchronized
- Sequencers use only notes from the chord that is bound to them, which makes it easy to keep them in tune
- Transposing, muting, changing chords and changing melodies can be done on the go, during the performance.
- Heavily customizable events-actions system, which one may use to make harmonySEQ react on events like keypress, noteon, etc.
- Saving and loading sequencer sets to files
- Multilingual GUI, (currently English, Polish and partially Turkish, please contribute and help translating harmonySEQ)
And it’s growing, because harmonySEQ is under active development.
Source Files (show merged sources derived from linked package)
|_link||0000000119 119 Bytes||4 months|
|harmonySEQ-0.16.tar.bz2||0000381977 373 KB||almost 8 years|
|harmonySEQ-bitrot.patch||0000001392 1.36 KB||almost 3 years|
|harmonySEQ-desktop.patch||0000000545 545 Bytes||almost 8 years|
|harmonySEQ.changes||0000000445 445 Bytes||almost 3 years|
|harmonySEQ.spec||0000003023 2.95 KB||almost 3 years|