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Great to see Radium in action on Linux! Tried to get it to work a while ago
without any luck. Seems like an interesting sequencer.
On Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 6:55 PM, Kjetil Matheussen wrote:
> Radium is a free (as in speech) music editor with a novel interface.
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Great to see Radium in action on Linux! Tried to get it to work a while=20
ago without any luck. Seems like an interesting sequencer.
JamesOn Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 6:55 PM, Kje=
til Matheussen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Radium is a free (as in speech) music editor with a novel interface.
It's inspired by trackers, but has fewer limitations and uses graphics =
to show musical data.
The development of Radium started in 1999 on the Amiga platform. Since then=
it has been ported to Linux.
Sound effects automation
Unlimited number of tracks.
Unlimited number of lines.
Unlimited note, tempo, and effect precision.
Import standard midi files and MMD2/MMD3 modules
Note sequence effects such as transpose, quantitize, glizzando, invert and =
Support for Jack MIDI and ALSA MIDI. (Both at the same time.)
Configurable key bindings, menues, fonts, and colors.
Extension language support. Write programs that generates music or modifies=
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