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LinuxDevCenter: MusE: MIDI Sequencing for Linux

May 24, 2005, 10:45 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Howard Wen)

[ Thanks to Robert Jonsson for this link. ]

"Frank Neumann, a 36-year-old computer scientist from Karlsruhe, Germany, and one of the developers of MusE, sums up the current state of music production applications for Linux: 'It's always a nice warm feeling when you show an application like MusE to people and they just go, 'Whoa--I didn't know Linux audio stuff was already this far!''

"The application, a MIDI/audio sequencer popular within the Linux music community, began in late 1999 with the work 49-year-old Werner Schweer of Bielefeld, Germany. Schweer still leads development today. Fellow MusE developer Robert Jonsson describes him as 'the fastest coder I know. The pace of development is, thanks to Werner, as always, furious...!"

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