NtEd is a GTK+ score editor. It intends to be really WYSIWYG: what you
see on the screen is exactly what you get on printer output. It supports
up to 4 voices per staff, drum notes, 5 lyrics lines, N-Tuplets, context
changes, repeats with alternatives, configurable music instruments per
staff, MIDI / MusicXML import, PS / PDF / SVG / PNG / Lilypond / MIDI
export. Scores can be played through the ALSA sequencer.
I can't hear any sound! I see the running red notes but there is no
sound! What's wrong?
This has nothing to do with NtEd! It is a problem of your MIDI device!
All MIDI based applications (for instance kmid (not kmidi!!!) or
pmidi) will fail!
First of all: Try to play a MIDI file with kmid (not (!!!)). As
long as kmid does not produce any sound, NtEd (and any other MIDI device
NtEd - A WYSIWYG Musical Score Editor
This manual page documents briefly the nted command.
nted is a WYSIWYG musical score editor for Linux. nted may be
started with no parameter to start a new score, or with a
filename to edit an existing s
nted (1.10.7-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream version:
+ In a given staff each voice can be assigned a different instrument
+ Tremolo notes
+ New slur insertion method
+ Crescendo, decrescendo, ritardando, accelerato: the parameters aren't
asolute values anymore, but volume or tempo differences
+ Ukrainian GUI translation
+ Bug fixes
-- Gilles Filippini <p