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Compose, edit, and play MIDI files. Has a graphical user interface with multiple instrument-specific views.
DocumentationManual (in English, with links to French, Greek, and Serbo-Croation translations
released on 31 January 2013
Steven E. Collins
26 March 2013
Exception notes several third-party sources which project incorporates and notes that these incorporated items are licensed under their original license. All such licenses appear to be free. The sources referred to are: libjdkmidi, irrXML, scons, rtmidi, the Gnome tango icon set, Oxygen (icons), and LMMS (also icons).
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|Required to use||A software synthesizer such as Fluidsynth or Timidity|
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