This page lists all (known) applications that use the TSE3 library. If you use the library then let us know so we can add you to the list.
A simple console TSE3MDL and MIDI file player. It comes as part of the standard TSE3 distribution, and is used as an advanced test harness for the library API.
It has a number of facilities including:
- Playback of TSE3MDL files
- Playback of MIDI files (type 0 and 1)
- Conversion of both files types
- Visual 'vu' meter during playback
- Can interpret a file's contents and produce an english representation
- Channel remapping
- Midi reset functionality
You can download tse3play on the download page.
A Qt and KDE based 'note editor' that allows you to write music using musical score notation.
Find out more from it's homepage at rnvs.informatik.tu-chemnitz.de/~ja/noteedit/noteedit.html.
Anthem Open Source Edition is an advanced KDE-based sequencer application built on top of TSE3. It fully exploits the TSE3 library, yet offers a clear and easy to use interface. You can get the latest release from anthem.sourceforge.net.
RythMaid is a GUI application for generating backing tracks. The program is particularly suited to swing style jazz. Get it from http://rythmaidgui.sourceforge.net/.
Debussy is an under-development sequencer. It's home page is debussy.sourceforge.net.
SuSE Linuxes since version 7.1 ship with the TSE3 library. Find out more about SuSE from www.suse.com.
TSE3 is included with a number of other modern Linux distributions. Check your distributor's web page - TSE3 is probably already supported on your platform.