Latest release:
MusE-2.2
[1]

old releases

MusE is foremost available for Linux, we hope it's just a matter of time before it is ported to your (other) favourite platform.

Linux Binaries

MusE should be available for most distributions in the default repository, the actual procedure to install MusE from the respective source is outside the scope of this page. (There is some possibly outdated info below in the Binaries chapter about installation for various distributions.)

If your distribution only has an old version you may try to install it from source follow the instructions below.

Source

Stable releases

Stable source releases are currently hosted at sourceforge:

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=93414

For information about how to compile MusE from source see Installation!

Developer releases

We recently moved our development repository to github.com so please have a look at https://github.com/muse-sequencer/muse if you want to get the latest and or help us out in any way.

Binaries

If you don't want to compile your software on your own, a prebuild binary would be the best way to install MusE. They should be available for most Linux distributions.

DEB

Check your distributions repository, no specific info at this moment. From the command line this is usually done with a command like one of these:

sudo apt-get install muse
sudo apt-get install museseq
sudo aptitude install muse

There is probably a graphical packet manager than makes it more user friendly.

RPM

Check your distributions repository, no specific info at this moment. From the command line this is usually done with a command like one of these:

urpmi muse     (in mandriva, done as root)
yum install muse (in fedora based distros)

There is probably a graphical packet manager than makes it more user friendly.

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