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Operating system Linux, Microsoft Windows
Type MIDI music sequencer
License GNU General Public License
Website .html/about/seq24.orgfilter24

Seq24 is a software MIDI music sequencer that runs under Linux and Microsoft Windows. It is designed to be simple to use and appropriate for live performance.

Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Seq is free software.[1]

Seq24 is intended to be similar to hardware sequencers/samplers such as Akai's MPC line of instruments. It works by sequencing smaller sequences or loops of MIDI notes and performance information into larger music sequences in a manner similar to the way in which Sony's Acid software is used to sequence audio clips.

While developed from 2002-2006 by Rob Buse, a team (calling themselves simply 'Seq24team') picked up the project in 2008 with Rob's blessing, and resumed work with release 0.8.8.

See also

External links

  • Seq24 - Official Webpage
  • Seq24 Launchpad Site - The development site for Seq24
  • Seq24 wiki - A wiki created around new development efforts of Seq24
  • At the Sounding Edge - Article on Linux Journal


  1. ^ "Seq24 description file in tarball". Released under the Terms of the GPL 

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