Laborejo

Music Notation Sequencer

Current Version: Unreleased

Laborejo (Esperanto: Workshop) is a MIDI sequencer based on classical music notation. Its main purpose is to compose and produce "traditional" music, such as instrumental pieces, soundtracks and other music normally played back by samplers. Unlike other notation editors Laborejo is not meant primarily to print out sheets of notation but to create music within your computer: You get all the tools you know from other midi sequencers for maximum fine control to get exactly the music you want!

Working in Laborejo is very fast and efficient by using a combination of midi input and typing. Check out the manual for documentation and tutorials

You can install it by using your distributions package manager or build it yourself from source.

Patroneo

Easy Pattern Sequencer

Current Version: 1.1 (Jan 2019)

Patroneo (Esperanto: Pattern) is an easy to use pattern based midi sequencer. It is ideal for beginners or for composers who want to work under constraints to explore new creative paths.

Starting with Patroneo is dead simple! Activate the notes you want to hear, connect some instruments like software synthesizers and build a song structure with a few clicks. You'll get a complete piece of music in no time!
Check out the manual for documentation and tutorials.

You can install it by using your distributions package manager or build it yourself from source.

It is possible to use the latest development version of the program via git: README.

Fluajho

SF2 Sample Player

Current Version: 1.1 (Jan 2019)

Fluajho (with jh as in pleasure) means fluid in Esperanto. It is a simple sf2 soundfont host/player for Linux. Behind the scenes the Fluidsynth library is at work, hence the name.

Why does Fluajho exist? There are many soundfont players for Linux, most of them even based on Fluidsynth. Fluajho was written for a clearly defined use case: Load an .sf2 in the Non Session Manager and save the soundfont in the session directory. This makes it possible to archive the session, for example as a backup or to share it.

Workflow summary: Load an .sf2 file by the file menu or drag and drop. You can then choose one instrument for each of the 16 MIDI-channels by using the GUI or via midi signals. Connect external sequencers or midi devices to play the instruments.

Check out the manual for documentation and tutorials.

You can install it by using your distributions package manager or build it yourself from source.

It is possible to use the latest development version of the program via git: README.