Note: this post is from 2009, outbound links may be broken.
MusE updated to v1.0
MusE, a MIDI/Audio sequencer with recording and editing capabilities for Linux, was updated to version 1.0.
This is not the beginning, nor the end, but it marks the culmination of 10 years of feature packed and bug ridden development towards the goal of making a good platform for creating music on the Linux platform
Changes since MusE v0.9
- DSSI + Win VST support.
- Python remote control API (for wonderful things), some primitive example scripts for live re-sequencing included, more to come.
- Instrument editor with GS/XG drum controller support.
- Part cloning.
- Better bounce operations, with Jack freewheel mode support.
- Better midi sync output.
- Midi controller knobs in pianoroll and drum editor.
- Jack transport master timebase function.
- External midi filtering support write your midi filters in just about anything, including bash.
- Denormal protection + limiter.
- Record looping overdub, replace, mix support.
- Audio optimizations, less CPU usage.
- Countless fixes and tweaks, about a 1000 lines in the Changelog, check it for a complete list of blood sweat and tears.
MusE is available to download under the GNU General Public License.
More information: MusE