[linux-audio-user] Re: Some music made with Linux

David Baron d_baron at 012.net.il
Fri Feb 20 05:09:33 EST 2004


Yes, there is a wealth of MIDI stuff in Linux, some a bit immature, most 
getting better and better!

This is phenomenal!!, since most is pro-bono :-)

On Friday 20 February 2004 02:38, you wrote:
> On Thursday 19 February 2004 17:27, David Baron wrote:
> > 2. MIDI post-processing. I use Ntonyx software to process finished MIDI
> > sequences. This inserts controllers for more realistic playing style and
> > the results can be very good. Nothing of this ilk on Linux and not likely
> > to be--we are very accostumed to OpenSource and Gnu.
>
> I would say that there are more tools for MIDI processing in Linux then in
> Windows. In fact, that's what drove me to move to linux many years ago.
> Common Music, PD, Csound, KeyKit all come to mind.
>
> Understandably, you're probably lamenting the lack of an out-of-box
> equivalent of whatever it is that Ntonyx does, more then a supposed lack
> lack of MIDI post-processing apps in Linux, of which there are a great
> many.
>
> Larry Troxler



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