Seq192 - yet another fork of seq24

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Seq192 - yet another fork of seq24

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Seq192, « a MIDI sequencer based on seq24 with less features and more swag », is currently in alpha with no release plan so far, but might be of interest for those who - like me - didn't find the other forks to their taste :).

https://github.com/jean-emmanuel/seq192

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Re: Seq192 - yet another fork of seq24

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Looks gorgeous! I hadn't luck some months ago compiling it, I will give seq192 another try. ;)
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Re: Seq192 - yet another fork of seq24

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Seq24 is brilliant but really needs a UI update. The "amount of pixels" used for it's interface is so small that it is very small on the screen. I need an extra pair of reading glasses to see it properly.

I hope you manage to import all Seq24's features into the great interface that you've created so far! :)

Keep up the good work!
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It looks pretty. Thanks for sharing.
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Re: Seq192 - yet another fork of seq24

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Thanks for the feedback, I'm glad you like it !

@Linuxmusician01 I don't plan to port much more features from seq24 than I already did, one might say this is a very opinionated fork :)
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