Am 11.02.2011 20:13, schrieb Ken Restivo:
Seq24 fits your description 1:1.
It is available for all major flavours of Linux.
Mind the one trick that kept me from using it for several months after I
encountered it first(because I did not know it ;-) ):
Rightklick in a Pattern turns the cursor into a pencil (draw-mode
obviously) BUT: you have to *hold rightklick* and make a leftklick to
actually draw a note in the piano-roll.
Seq24 is a pattern-sequencer especially capable for live-situations. But
it has a song-editor also so you can make patterns and glue them
together to get a conventional song.
You have to set MIDI-out connections and channels in the pattern-editor.
The tools for this are sef-explanatory. If you ever have plaed around
with a MIDI-sequencer before, you will find out everything you need
Linux-audio-user mailing list