Gabriel M. Beddingfield wrote:
It's the first midi seq which makes me feel '*I want to make some music*'.
It could be a good replacement for the closed source energyxt and/or
renoise (ok that's a tracker) e.g. apps to put musical ideas quickly in
your pc. Also it seems to be a app that could be useful for things you
do with seq24 and stuff (and maybe live?).
You could make another Ardour or another Rosegarden, he takes a whole
different road and so it actually adds something imo. And the workflow
you can have with it seems to be damn good. Everyone who wants to make a
/'small-jack-one/task/one/tool-app'/ should look at this one first,
because it's easy to work with, user-friendly and fast (the kind of
things you miss sometimes in the Linux audio apps...)
I'm excited about this new approach!
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