On 4/30/07, Jerry McAllister <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:


On Mon, Apr 30, 2007 at 02:57:49PM -0400, Schiz0 wrote:

> On 4/30/07, Gary Kline <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >
> >
> >        Guys,
> >
> >        This is a bit off-topic, but maybe somebody out there can give
me
> >        someclues.  Bearing in mind that I know zip about music
> >        composition, is there a MIDI (or mp3 or other) toolkit that
would
> >        generate short background slices of music?
> >
> >        Say that I wanted some jazzy melody for several seconds.  This
> >        application would generate it.  Or a classical tune.  Last
night
> >        I found a possibly MIDI app for Windows; there were several
that
> >        Google found that  mentioned Linux but nothing panned out.
> >
> >        Anybod know?
> >
> >        gary
> >
> >
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> I'm not sure of an app for linux that actually lets you create this
stuff,
> but as for editing/recording, look into Audacity (
http://audacity.sf.net ).
> It's pretty nice when it comes to that stuff.

He is asking for something to run on FreeBSD not Lunix.

////jerry

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Oh, yeah. I wasn't thinking. Old habits die hard; I got started on linux.
But I know Audacity is in fact in the ports tree, so it's still a valid
option.
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