The JAZZ++ midi sequencer v5.0.11
by JazzWare
(JazzWare Website)

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Operating System: Linux
File Size: 2.8 MB
License: Open Source (All Free software)
License Conditions:

Distributed under the GNU GPL license.

System Requirements:

Midi interface supported by OSS External sound module

Last Updated: 2008-12-31
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Software Description

JAZZ++ is a full featured, audio capable midi sequencer for Windows and Linux that offers a lot of functions normally only found in expensive commercial sequencer software.

Features of JAZZ include:

  • 2 main windows displaying tracks and single midi events
  • Record/Play
  • Powerful and easy event editing
  • Volume - pan - chorus - reverb - program - name .. per track
  • Trackstatus: mute - solo - play
  • Quantize
  • velocity
  • notelength
  • transpose
  • copy
  • replicate
  • erase
  • merge
  • move
  • meterchange
  • Load/save midi standard files & format 1
  • Multiple undo
  • Graphical edit of pitch - velocity - modulation controllers
  • Support for all 317 GS sounds (not only the 128 GM sounds)
  • Mixer window (slider control of volume, pan, chorus, reverb)
  • Altering of sounds (cutoff frequency, resonance...) - vibrato - pitch wheel sensivity/actions, modulation depth/actions, after touch actions
  • Setting of part mode
  • Partial reserve editing
  • GS Reset
  • Individual drum instrument parameter editing (reverb, pan, chorus, pitch)
  • Context specific help on all windows and dialogs
  • Graphic 'toolbar'
  • Support for MTC and Midi songpointer synchronization
  • FSK tape sync support (in MPU-401 mode if supported by interface card
  • Random Rythm Generator with file load/save
  • Load/save of patterns (e.g. a drum groove)
  • 'Plug-and-play' installation program for MS-Windows
  • Linux drivers for MPU-401 (intelligent mode) and VoxWare (Hannu Savolainen's /dev/sequencer2)

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Jazz++

This software is exellent for everyone who loves music,sure it's grate for me.

System Requirements

Hi!

I would like to know what the system requirements for Jazz++ are.Recommended soundcards,etc...I am running Redhat Linux 6.2.
I would also like to be directed to the full spec of the capabilities of Jazz++ in detail.

Thanks,

Tryg

Re: System Requirements

If you can use it to play MIDI, it will work. SB Live is a good choice, or any SB16 compatible. I have heard the ESS1869 is also a good choice.

Tim Stoel

: Hi!

: I would like to know what the system requirements for Jazz++ are.Recommended soundcards,etc...I am running Redhat Linux 6.2.
: I would also like to be directed to the full spec of the capabilities of Jazz++ in detail.

: Thanks,

: Tryg

Ess1869 to Yamaha PSS680

I am trying to let these creatures talk to each
other. The Interface seems Ok. Am running DOS/
WIN2k Pro / WIN XP Pro. The sound card plays all
sorts of formats (WAV , MIDS, MODS, etc) but I
cannot make the Yamaha and my PC talk to each
other at all.

What am I doing wrong ??

Regards and happy computing/
music making

Peter

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help for JAZZ++

i have downloaded the file JAZZ++ but when i try to open it and i am asked "choose a program to open this file" by my computer,i can never find one that will open it.do i need to download some other program to open it? if so where can i find this program?
please help,
simon martin
siomartin@hotmail.com

Pan problem

When i try to define a "pan" from drum parameters, this action have not effect. I Use a Jazz++ 4* for windows. I tested over win 98 and over win XP but problem persists in a twice cases.

Re: help for JAZZ++

you need a program like winzip to open this up. www.winzip.com. Linux Rocks!
~james (mixmaster49@hotmail.com)

: i have downloaded the file JAZZ++ but when i try to open it and i am asked "choose a program to open this file" by my computer,i can never find one that will open it.do i need to download some other program to open it? if so where can i find this program?
: please help,
: simon martin
: siomartin@hotmail.com

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