Last Updated on August 24, 2023
Aria Maestosa is an open-source midi sequencer/editor. It lets you compose, edit and play midi files with a few clicks in a user-friendly interface offering score, keyboard, guitar, drum and controller views.
- Multitrack display
- Import/export and play MIDI files.
- Easily compose and edit music.
- See and use musical score notation, as well as piano roll, tablature and/or drum views.
- Print musical notation.
- Record from a MIDI instrument.
- Guitar Editor – allows you to edit your song as a guitar tablature.
- Score Editor – edit music with a notation closer to classical music notation.
- Drum Editor – edit drums. Midi allows only one drum channel per song.
- Controller Editor – control tempo, volume envelope, panning, lyrics, instrument changes at any time through the track, pitch bend, reverberation, etc.
- Lyrics management.
- Support for importing lyrics events.
- Supports looping playback.
- Support for recording from MIDI keyboard/instrument.
- Remove overlapping notes.
- Change tempo.
- Work with multiple projects.
- Practical and intuitive GUI.
- Internationalization support – translated into many languages including French, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese, Ukrainian, German, Czech, and Russian.
The software uses wxWidgets, a C++ library that gives applications a native look and feel.
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