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Cursed MIDI Sequencer

The Cursed MIDI Sequencer is a console-based MIDI recording and arrangement application for Linux and Windows using the ncurses library. It can be controlled via cursor navigation, pull-down menus, keyboard shortcuts, or via a MIDI instrument using accord commands. The musician, visually impaired or not, can arrange his music without ever taking his hands off the instrument.

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  •  25 Nov 2010 16:44

    Release Notes: Speech output was added: once CuSE is started and finds the submitted ./samples directory in the current directory, then the track numbers are read as synthesized speech. For recordings, the voice counts in the first bar. Accessibility mode was merged with the public version. Visually impaired users can activate the "accessibility mode": the ESC-sequence on the instrument is only recognized with the sustain pedal pressed at the same time. This avoids accidentally triggered accord commands.

    •  03 Apr 2007 19:14

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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