MusE is a free open source audio and MIDI sequencer for Linux. You can use this software as a digital audio workstation. It also comes with real-time recording and editing features. It’s a feature-rich multitrack virtual studio for your system, with audio inputs, audio outputs, wave tracks, group tracks, and aux outputs. Supports ACK-audio, JACK-midi, LASH, DSSI, VST (i), ALSA-midi, RtAudio, ALSA, OSS, LV2, FLAM. You can enter and export mono-stereo. It is Qt based and released under the GNU General Public License. Some other features are Piano Roll, Drum Editor, List View and Score Editor.
Install MusE on Ubuntu.
MusE is easy to install using the default package manager and flat packs. You can follow this method on all other ubuntu based distributions as well. Open the Terminal application (ctrl + alt + t) and enter this command to update the Ubuntu software source list.
sudo apt update
Enter the Ubuntu password, then run the MusE install command.
sudo apt install muse
Confirm the installation. After installation, run this command to open it. Alternatively, you can open it from the application menu list.
Install MusE via Flatpak
First, you need to set up the Flat Pack and Flat Hub in your system. Follow the link below.
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how to install flatpak on ubuntu
Then run it under the flatpak Muse install command.
flatpak install flathub org.musesequencer.Muse3
You can start MusE with this command.
flatpak run org.musesequencer.Muse3
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