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. (Everything can also be edited by text, like in a normal tracker)
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.
- Velocity automation
- Effect automation
- Pitch automation
- Tempo automation
- Smooth scrolling
- MIDI sequencing
- Multitrack hard disk recording
- Optional piano roll
- Modular mixer
- AU, LADSPA, VST, and VST3 plugins
(More than 100 LADSPA plugins are included)
- Several built-in effects and instruments
(virtual instruments, etc.)
- Pure Data embedded.
(Linux only for now)
- Faust embedded.
- Perfectly tuned default color scheme
- Extension language support for Python and Scheme
- Scores can be generated with Common Music Notation (CMN)
- Open source with a straight forward and easy to use build system
- Load the demo song in the File menu.
- Play by pressing "Alt Gr". Stop by pressing Space alone.
- Add a new note by pressing a key. Change octave with F1 and F2.
(Or record from MIDI input)
- Delete or stop notes by pressing "Delete" or "a".
- Add effects by pressing right mouse button in a track.
Page was last updated: 2017-01-01
- 2017-03-19: Released 4.5.9. (Changelog).
- 2017-03-18: Released 4.5.8. (Changelog).
- 2017-03-11: Released 4.5.6. (Changelog).
- 2017-03-04: Released 4.5.4. (Changelog).
- 2017-02-26: Released 4.5.2. (Changelog).
- 2017-02-18: Released 4.5.0. (Changelog).
- 2017-02-10: Released 4.4.8. (Changelog).
- 2017-02-08: Released 4.4.7. (Changelog).
- 2017-02-06: Released 4.4.6. (Changelog).
- 2017-02-02: Released 4.4.5. (Changelog).
- 2017-01-30: Released 4.4.4. (Changelog).
- 2017-01-26: Released 4.4.3. (Changelog).
- 2017-01-22: Released 4.4.2. (Changelog).
- 2017-01-21: Released 4.4.1. (Changelog).
- 2017-01-17: Released 4.4.0. (Changelog).
- 2017-01-06: Released 4.3.8. (Changelog).
- 2017-01-05: Released 4.3.7. (Changelog).
- 2016-12-22: Released 4.3.6. (Changelog).
- 2016-12-16: Released 4.3.5. (Changelog).
- 2016-12-07: Released 4.3.4. (Changelog).
- 2016-12-04: Released 4.3.3. (Changelog).
- 2016-11-26: Released 4.3.2. (Changelog).
- 2016-11-23: Released 4.3.1. (Changelog).
- 2016-11-22: Released 4.3.0. (Changelog).
- 2016-11-21: Released 4.2.9. (Changelog).
- 2016-11-15: Released 4.2.7. (Changelog).
- 2016-11-11: Released 4.2.6. (Changelog).
- 2016-11-08: Released 4.2.5. (Changelog).
- 2016-11-04: Released 4.2.4. (Changelog).
- 2016-10-30: Released 4.2.3. (Changelog).
- 2016-10-29: Released 4.2.2. (Changelog).
- 2016-10-15: Released 4.2.1. (Changelog).
- 2016-10-14: Released 4.2.0. (Changelog).
- 2016-10-13: Released 4.1.9. (Changelog).
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