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Songwriting tool to compliment Muse/Linux audio. - djvision - 02-01-2012

Hi. First I want to say thank you for Muse. I moved from Windows to Linux a little over a year ago and was nervous I wouldn't be able to produce music in the same capacity. Muse put my worries to rest. It's my top choice for music creation in Linux.

But still, there are sacrifices to be made. One thing I noticed missing from every Linux distro I've seen is a simple tool for producers, one that helps you make common calculations. So, I decided to write one named RASP. It currently has 3 features: tap tempo, delay/hertz calculator, and a song time calculator (LMMS doesn't have song time, strangely). I'm also adding features like note-to-frequency conversion, a metronome, and some noise/frequency sweeps (a tool I used a lot as an engineer). I hope to have a very robust program by the end of the year.

https://launchpad.net/rasp

I hope this tool helps those who see this post. Please keep developing and contributing to Muse! Oh, and if pressed I can point you to some music I wrote using Muse. <!-- sBig Grin --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_biggrin.gif" alt="Big Grin" title="Very Happy" /><!-- sBig Grin -->

Also, would you suggest I host this project on sourceforge too? I'm just more familiar with launchpad I guess.


Re: Songwriting tool to compliment Muse/Linux audio. - djvision - 02-01-2012

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Re: Songwriting tool to compliment Muse/Linux audio. - term356 - 02-12-2012

No problem.

Wow, so I'm trying to decode that screenshot of RASP.
So one of the things RASP does is let you tap a beat and it tells you the tempo?
But it's of course more than that.

I like to hear music made with MusE.
I think there are some links already on the site.
If you want to post the links maybe Robert could link them.

Tim.