News

September 29, 2016 - MusE 3.0pre2
  • second pre release of MusE 3.0 with more fixes and some new features
  • January 28, 2015 - MusE 2.2.1
  • bugfix release
  • January 19, 2015 - New video tutorials
  • See news page for more information

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    What is MusE

    MusE is a MIDI/Audio sequencer with recording and editing capabilities written originally by Werner Schweer now developed and maintained by the MusE development team. MusE aims to be a complete multitrack virtual studio for Linux, it is published under the GNU General Public License.

    MusE features include

    Midi sequencing >
  • Realtime record/playback
  • Midi file import/export
  • Midi part, as used in the arranger, import/export
  • Input filter
  • Midi editing with:
    • Piano roll
    • Drum editor
    • List view
    • Score editor
  • Internal synth plugins including:
    • Fluidsynth soundfont (sf2) capable softsynth
    • Deicsonze FM synth emulating DX11
  • Standardized synth plugin formats: DSSI, VST
  • External synth support both hardware and software
  • Scriptable editing interface
  • Experimental python automation interface
  • Audio sequencing
    • Realtime Record/Playback several mono/stereo inputs/outputs.
      • Graphical editing of automation
      • Several types of audio tracks
        • Audio inputs
        • Audio outputs
        • Wave tracks
        • Group tracks
        • Aux outputs
      • Standardized plugin formats: LADSPA, DSSI, VST, LV2
      • Drag and drop import and arranging of:
        • Plugins and plugin presets
        • Parts
        • Midi files
        • Audio files
        • Aux outputs
    Supported technologies
    • LASH - for session control with external LASH enabled applications
    • JACK-audio - http://jackaudio.org
    • JACK-midi - for midi support
    • DSSI - synth plugins
    • VST(i) - synth plugins (through DSSI)
    • ALSA-midi - for midi support
    • FLAM plugin guis
    • LV2 host support (new in 2.2)
    Muse is built with
    • Qt toolkit
    • Linux
    • Passion