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Radium - The Music Editor

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Radium is a free music and notation editor with its own unique interface.

It is based on tracker software but has more features and fewer limitations. It also utilizes graphics to show musical data.


    Sound effects automation
    Tempo automation
    Velocity automation
    Polyphonic tracks
    Unlimited number of tracks.
    Unlimited number of lines.
    Unlimited note, tempo, and effect precision.
    Zoom in/out.
    Import standard midi files and MMD2/MMD3 modules
    Note sequence effects such as transpose, quantitize, glizzando, invert and reverse.
    Support for Jack MIDI and ALSA MIDI. (Both at the same time.)
    Configurable key bindings, menues, fonts, and colors.
    Extension language support. Write programs that generates music or modifies your songs.
    Western style scores can be generated from radium songs with Common Music Notation (CMN).
Upadate auf v1.9.27

Notable Changes in v 1.9.27:

    Write settings to disk when selecting Set Default Editor Font
    Dont crash when using MIDI menu unless the current instrument is a midi instrument
    Workaround for bug in newer versions of libbfd, causing compilation to fail. Patch from James Morris
    Wait to handle events until program has started. Hopefully fixes a crash reported
    Remove check for jack in rt midi in check_install script.

Notable Changes in v 1.9.22:

    Can now be used as MIDI Sampler for one instrument
    Removed limitation on track deletion
    Menu option to GFX message
    Various Bugfixes
    Other enhancements and improvements