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.
OrganDesigner is a graphical tool for editing and configuring virtual pipe organs. OrganDesigner can read SoundFont files and can both read and write organ description files for use by the virtual organ MIDI player GENPO. OrganDesigner users can copy, move, and delete stops, both within and between divisions; use the Stops Editor to change a stop's name, MIDI bank, program, and velocity; use the Divisions Editor to make new divisions, change a division's name and MIDI channel, change the order of divisions, and delete divisions; use the Couplers Editor to add, modify, and delete couplers; use the Pistons Editor to add, modify, and delete combinations, and to store and recall the stops set for each piston.
stygmorgan is interactive musical workstation software, i.e. an organ with automatic accompaniment able to create complex musical sequences. Developed in C++ using FLTK, it uses the ALSA sequencer to send MIDI messages to external sound fonts. It uses General MIDI and is fully configurable to use any kind of sound font. It can import musical style files in various formats.
GLASHCtl is a simple applet for controlling the LASH Audio Session Handler. When you run it, it will appear as a small LASH icon in your "notification area" or "system tray" (if your desktop manager is compatible with freedesktop.org's "System tray" standard). This is typically somewhere in the panel in KDE or GNOME.