Computer Music and Audio software that is specific to Linux
An API for accessing a variety of audio file formats.
Adjusts an audio mixer. X and ncurses interfaces.
Realtime signal analysis and spectrum analyzer tool.
GTK+/GNOME based front-end to BSE framework to simulate audio synthesis and tracking composition.
Suite of tools for handling CD+G karaoke disks and files.
Displays covers or images related to songs. Internet cover retrieval facility. Handles tagged files, CDs, and streams.
Free and extensible Linux/Unix audio editor. GNU licence.
An audio cleanup tool for GNOME. Handles WAV, MP3, and Ogg.
Creates beautiful music notation from text input. Outputs PDF, Postscript, SVG or MIDI files. GNU license.
Assists in moving gramophone records onto CDs. Filters out hiss and pops.
Open source DJ mixer.
MIDI/Audio sequencer with recording and editing capabilities.
CDG/MP3+G karaoke player. Can search inside Zip files.
Audio player based on GTK+ written in Python, lets users make playlists with regular expressions and provides advanced tag editing features.
A guitar effects processor intended to be simple and easy to use. Features effects like distortion, echo, chorus and wah-wah, and integrates a MIDI converter. Detailed documentation is offered.
MIDI sequencer and notation editor for Unix-like systems.
An object-oriented class library for audio signal processing.
MOD tracker for X, similar to FastTracker. Includes a sample recorder and editor.
MIDI player, converter to wav. Uses Gravis compatible patches and can play these through soundcards lacking their own patches.
Plug-in for playing Commodore 64 music (SID tunes) with XMMS. Requires libSIDPlay library (link given).
Open source (GNU GPL) portable module player for Unix or Win32.
Synthesizer with two engines, realtime polyphonic, Midi support, microtonal capability, effects.
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