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I want to make some midi files (you know the 32k for a full tune files), not something for using loads of samples (like reason or whatever). I just want ...
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    Linux Midi software


    I want to make some midi files (you know the 32k for a full tune files), not something for using loads of samples (like reason or whatever). I just want to be able to use some simple sounds to make "gameboy music" sounding stuff :P

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    Rosegarden gets good reviews.
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    hmm , isnt rosegarden used more for recording real instruments and sound editing? I just need a really simple composer..

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    Here's a list of midi software available for linux.

    http://linux-sound.org/midi.html

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