JUMP v1.23
by Hard Note Software Ltd
(Hard Note Software Ltd Website)

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File Size: 2.85 MB
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Registration: US$75.00

System Requirements:

PC with min 64 MB RAM, 4 MB disk space, MIDI sound and 1024x768 color display.

Last Updated: 2008-07-17
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Software Description

JUMP is a highly streamlined MIDI sequencer that focuses on musical composition rather than audio production.

JUMP "understands" the basic rules of harmony and works directly with musical concepts like scales, chords and motifs.

New musical ideas can be explored quickly using powerful randomisation functions, user-friendly editors and a highly practical arrangement system.

Click to see a list of tutorials for JUMP.

Click to see a guide to using JUMP.

New in v1.23

  • Maximum number of steps in lead, bass and chordal motifs extended to 16.
  • New "Load Motif" and "Save Motif" functions.
  • New "Reverse Motif", "Rotate Motif Left" and "Rotate Motif Right" functions.
  • New "Wandering" and "Wandering with Jump" melody generating functions.
  • Updated and improved Guide to Using JUMP.

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Jump 1.21

First class fast midi composition tool.

Cubase and Pro Tools are fine if you want to spend the rest of your life learning how to produce a few tracks. They don't help you at all, you're on your own. Technical madness.

Jump can produce 10 strong tracks in the time it takes to setup cubase. Then, if you like, just enhance the tracks with effects using a midi editor.


Please can you let me know how to use this software in detail. I compose my own songs and need to arrange music for them. So how can I go on with this software? I dont know the music language and I cant write the notations. So can I use this particular for arranging music?

Music Convertsion

I am looking for for software that can read the freq. of a peace of music and con convert it music notes and display it on a music staff, or list the notes in order they were played. Thank you

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