Radium is a music editor with a new type of interface.
- Compared to the normal sequencer interface editing is quicker and more musical data fits on the screen.
- Compared to trackers, note positions and effects are edited graphically, which should be quicker, provide more vertical space and give a better musically overview.
However, despite its unusual appearance, it's a design goal for Radium to be straightforward to use, and easy to learn. It should not be harder to learn Radium than any tracker or most MIDI sequencers. More Info »
- Velocity automation
- Effect automation
- Pitch automation
- Tempo automation
- Smooth scrolling
- MIDI sequencing
- Optional piano roll
- Modular mixer
- LADSPA and VST plugins (More than 100 LADSPA plugins are included in the OSX and Windows versions)
- Several built-in effects and instruments (virtual instruments, etc.)
- Pure Data embedded (Linux only for now)
- Perfectly tuned default color scheme
- Extension language support (Write programs that generate music or modify your songs)
- Scores can be generated with Common Music Notation (CMN)
- Open source
1. Load the demo song in the File menu.
2. Play by pressing "Alt Gr". Stop by pressing Space alone.
3. Add a new note by pressing a key. Change octave with F1 and F2. (Or record from MIDI input)
4. Delete or stop notes by pressing "Delete" or "a".
5. Add effects by pressing right mouse button in a track.