Linux Journal: At the Sounding Edge: Using Qsynth and QjackCtl
Jun 10, 2005, 07:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Dave Phillips)
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"In last month's column, I introduced seq24, a minimal but
powerful MIDI sequencer. The final screenshot for that column shows
off seq24 at work here in Studio Dave. In that screenshot you can
see two of my favorite Linux audio programs, Rui Nuno Capela's
QJackCtl and QSynth. In this month's column, we look at those
applications more closely to learn what they do and how you can use
them in your own Linux MIDI music workstation.
"QSynth and QJackCtl are GUI front-ends for other software.
QSynth provides a friendly user interface for the fluidsynth