free midi sequencer for PC

Discussion in 'alt.music.midi' started by Mat Smith, Aug 13, 2003.

  1. Mat Smith

    Mat Smith Guest

    Hi all

    Recently tried to install Jazzware on Windows XP - it didn't work.

    Can someone recommend a decent MIDI sequencer for use with external gear?
    Something with the same kind of functionality as Cubase, but much lighter
    and with no audio.

    Thanks

    Mat
  2. Mathieu N

    Mathieu N Guest

    try to do right clic, propriety, compatibility, execute it in compatibility
    with win2000 ;)

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    > Hi all
    >
    > Recently tried to install Jazzware on Windows XP - it didn't work.
    >
    > Can someone recommend a decent MIDI sequencer for use with external gear?
    > Something with the same kind of functionality as Cubase, but much lighter
    > and with no audio.
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Mat
    >
    >
  3. Mat Smith

    Mat Smith Guest

    > try to do right clic, propriety, compatibility, execute it in
    compatibility
    > with win2000 ;)


    Hiya

    I've run it in every possible compatibility mode - including win2k and it
    still doesn't work!

    I'm getting the error: "jazz32.exe has encountered a problem and needs to
    close...."

    any ideas? im using the intall file: jazz-nt40-4.0.0.zip

    anyone know of any other well-functioned free midi sequencers for PC? i've
    tried prosound, but this doesn't work well in windows xp - it crashes
    regularly and there are loads of bugs.

    regards

    mat
  4. Mat Smith

    Mat Smith Guest

    also tried using Quartz Audio Master, but it isn't quite flexible enough for
    my needs (can only accept one MIDI in source at a time, and it's impossible
    trying to find out how to do things like turn off quantize and change MIDI
    bank numbers etc...)

    mat
  5. mou

    mou Guest

    try Anvil, www.anvilstudio.com

    On Wed, 27 Aug 2003 18:26:06 +0000 (UTC), "Mat Smith"
    <saynotospam:hazymat@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

    >also tried using Quartz Audio Master, but it isn't quite flexible enough for
    >my needs (can only accept one MIDI in source at a time, and it's impossible
    >trying to find out how to do things like turn off quantize and change MIDI
    >bank numbers etc...)
    >
    >mat
    >
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    laialyn New Member

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