Linux Journal: At the Sounding Edge: Introducing KeyKit
Mar 11, 2005, 07:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"At the end of last month's column, I promised we'd look at some
GUI-based tools for algorithmic and experimental MIDI music
composition. Due to the vagaries of obsolete dependencies and
software development time, I can focus on only KeyKit in this
article. I hope you'll agree that this focus is well deserved.
"KeyKit is a powerful MIDI composition and processing
environment that includes an abundance of features and tools
designed for conventional MIDI music-making--for example, MIDI
sequencers and virtual drum machines--as well as for unconventional
MIDI music-making. Indeed, for the Linux musician who wants to
explore some exotic and unusual ways of composing with MIDI, KeyKit
is required software..."