seq24 man page
Seq24 — Real time MIDI sequencer
seq24 [Options] [FILENAME]
Seq24 is a real-time midi sequencer. It was created to provide a very simple interface for editing and playing midi 'loops'.
Seq24 accepts the following options:
Display a list of all commandline options
Display the program version
- --file <filename>
Load MIDI file on startup
Seq24 won't attach alsa ports
Dumps incoming midi to screen
Runs higher priority with FIFO scheduler
Passes any incoming sysex messages to all outputs
- --ignore <number>
Ignore ALSA device <number>
Prints pressed key value
- --interaction_method <number>
Select mouse interaction method (0 = seq24) (default) (1 = fruity loops method)
seq24 will sync to JACK transport
seq24 will try to be JACK master
JACK master will fail if there is already a master
- --jack_start_mode <x>
When seq24 is synced to JACK, the following play modes are available: (0 = live mode) (1 = song mode) (default)
Print statistics on commandline while running
- --jack_session_uuid <uuid>
Set uuid for jack session
$HOME/.seq24rc stores the user settings for seq24.
Suggestions and Bug Reports
Any bugs found should be reported to the upstream author and/or package maintainer.
The old project homepage is at http://www.filter24.org/seq24/ the new one is at https://edge.launchpad.net/seq24/.
It is released under the GNU GPL license.
Seq24 was written by Rob C. Buse <firstname.lastname@example.org> and the Seq24team.
This manual page was written by Dana Olson <email@example.com> with additions from Guido Scholz <firstname.lastname@example.org>.