MusE is a MIDI/Audio sequencer with recording and editing capabilities.
MusE is a multitrack virtual studio that has support for sequencing of both midi and audio and has, among other things, support for LADSPA, Jack and ALSA.
MusE has a built in mixer which allows mixing both midi and audio in one convenient package.
- Midi sequencing:
- Input filter.
- Audio sequencing:
- Record/Playback several mono/stereo inputs/outputs.
- LASH: Perform audio effects like chorus/flanger in realtime.
- Jack – jack-audio-connection-kit:
- Use the jack for midi/audio routing.
- Internal Audio Routing Interface.
- Automation system for both midi and audio (old school for audio, i.e. no graphs).
- Audio mixer:
- LADSPA effects on all track types, before or after fader.
- Stereo/Mono tracks.
- Definition of midi instruments through instrument definition files (*.idf).
- Userdefinable shortcuts for most things.
- Drag and drop import of midi, wave, part files, plugin presets and plugin copying.
- Standard midifile (smf) import-/export.
- RTC (Real time clock) use for rock solid timing, fallback to alsa timer.
- Arranger view with track and part abstractions.
- midi editors:
- Pianoroll editor.
- Drum editor.
- List editor.
- Controller editor.
- Realtime editing of “everything”.
- Unlimited number of open editors.
- Unlimited undo/redo.
- Realtime and step-recording of midi.
- Multiple midi devices.
- Unlimited number of tracks, both midi and audio.
- Sync to external and internal devices/applications:
- Midi Clock.
- Jack transport.
- Integrated softsynth architecture M.E.S.S:
- Several internal synths available.
- Simple architecture for adding more synths.
- Experimental support for industry standard Windows VSTi softsynths.
- LASH enabled (formerly LADCCA).
- Raw midi device usage through ALSA.
- XML based project files.
- XML based configuration files.
- project file contains complete app state (session data).
- Application spanning Cut/Paste Drag/Drop.
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