Three programs from my time with Atari ST, until 2003
MSG is a program that allows you to generate and modify midi sequences in many
different ways. More info on the
Download program: msg_pgm.zip (159 kB), Updated 2001-08-30
Download manual: msg_manl.zip (117 kB), Updated 2001-08-30
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My most recent effort: Like MSG, the ISEQ (Interactive Sequencer) is planned
as a collection of modules, in this case of (simple) midi controller modules.
The first one is the GRID SEQUENCER, from an idea of the tireless Tim Conrardy.
The second one is the ROGUE SEQUENCER with different loops for pitch, velocity,
midi channel, length, and one controller.
Like MSG, it is something to fool around with and save the efforts as MIDI FILE.
And (BUGLE) its sends midi clock.
Screen shot of the GRID SEQUENCER:
Download program iseq.zip (43kB), Updated 2002-11-30
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My second synthesizer (after a Yamaha DX-27) was a Casio CZ-1000. Since 1986, I
have been using a CZ-1, and I bought a second in 2001! I always liked the
sound. Of course it sounds like plastic, but only if I want to. Moreover, they
have a wonderful quaint operating system, excellent for tweaking. It has even
"hidden" parameters, not accessible from the synth itself! Selaed has studied
and researched them thoroughly on his
By programming TWEA-CZ, I made these hidden parameters accessible from the Atari ST, a simple librarian and editor:
czedit.zip (36 kB), updated 2002-09-13, complete program with all files
alternative EXE-File, the Editor is entered via CTRL-click instead of double-click on the sound name (27 kB), Updated 2013-09-25
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