Midinous for linux

How to Download Midinous

Written by Nornec

Table of Contents:
1. Screenshots
2. Installing on Windows Pc
3. Installing on Linux
4. System Requirements
5. Game features
6. Reviews

Midinous Screenshots

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How to Install Midinous on Windows Pc

  1. Click on the Midinous download button below.
  2. Choose "Install" to install the game on the windows steam client.
  3. Follow the on-screen prompts
  4. Let it download the Full Version.
  5. Once a game is downloaded, use the Windows Steam Client to play the game.

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Guide: Installing Midinous on Linux with Steam Proton

This guide describes how to use Steam Proton to play and run Windows games on your Linux computer. Some games may not work or may break because Steam Proton is still at a very early stage.

1. Activating Steam Proton for Linux:
Proton is integrated into the Steam Client with "Steam Play." To activate proton, go into your steam client and click on Steam in the upper right corner. Then click on settings to open a new window. From here, click on the Steam Play button at the bottom of the panel. Click "Enable Steam Play for Supported Titles."

Alternatively: Go to Steam > Settings > Steam Play and turn on the "Enable Steam Play for Supported Titles" option.

Valve has tested and fixed some Steam titles and you will now be able to play most of them. However, if you want to go further and play titles that even Valve hasn't tested, toggle the "Enable Steam Play for all titles" option.

2. Choose a version
You should use the Steam Proton version recommended by Steam: 3.7-8. This is the most stable version of Steam Proton at the moment.

3. Restart your Steam
After you have successfully activated Steam Proton, click "OK" and Steam will ask you to restart it for the changes to take effect. Restart it. Your computer will now play all of steam's whitelisted games seamlessly.

4. Launch Stardew Valley on Linux:
Before you can use Steam Proton, you must first download the Stardew Valley Windows game from Steam. When you download Stardew Valley for the first time, you will notice that the download size is slightly larger than the size of the game.
This happens because Steam will download your chosen Steam Proton version with this game as well. After the download is complete, simply click the "Play" button.

System Requirements

Windows Pc Requirements

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10 (64 bit) or newer
  • Processor: Any multicore x64 CPU faster than 2.5 GHz
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Graphics: Any OpenGL or DirectX compatible Video Card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 300 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Any
  • Additional Notes: Midinous generates its own sounds, but the best experience will be had through a Digital Audio Workstation or other external sound equipment which accepts MIDI messages.

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system

Linux Requirements

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system

Mac Requirements

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system

What is Midinous? Features and Description

Midinous is a grid-based non-linear MIDI sequencer usable with any Digital Audio Workstation or hardware that accepts MIDI messages. Midinous can also generate its own simple sounds either for reference, or for normal use.

Please note! If you don't hear anything in the program, that is normal. Midinous can generate simple tones using the program's "Internal Synth" option, but its main function is outputting MIDI data for use in other programs like Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs). Read more about MIDI below.

This looks fun, what is it?

Midinous is a non-linear MIDI sequencer allowing users to create expansive looping complex sequences which don’t subscribe to a definite timeline. Meter is determined only by a user’s imagination. Midinous can, however, still send MIDI clock messages to sync up devices and software.

That sounds confusing. How does it work, really?

Midinous emulates a hardware MIDI controller by creating its own MIDI Input/Output port on a computer, throwing away the need for any 3rd party software. Launch Midinous, and it can start sending MIDI data within seconds!

Still lost. MIDI?

Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) is the technical standard Midinous adopts to send data to other applications (usually, but not limited to, Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs)). Although Midinous can make simple sounds on its own, it is best used with a DAW.

Grid Based Editing

Midinous works on a grid system where the distance between each tile is a quarter note. Arrange objects called ‘Points’ and connect them together with ‘Paths’ to quickly create complex looping or branching sequences of MIDI data. Branch to points randomly or instantly, split signals, or have signals travel in order of Path creation. Turn snapping mode off for complex meters and odd timing!

Customization and Accessibility

Most keyboard controls have been made accessible by way of remapping, and the interface can be recolored as desired. Make Midinous as friendly as it needs to be.

“Infinite” Canvas

Midinous provides a virtually infinite scrollable canvas for creations. Though technically not limitless, Midinous can support the wildest of creations with full support for scrolling, panning, and zoom.

Scale Snapping

With Midinous’ scale snapping functionality, set a group of Points to a certain scale, or ensure the entire project aligns with a desired mode. Choose a key and a scale to quickly change the way a sequence sounds.

Relative Signals

Carry MIDI data across multiple pathways with relative assignments for every attribute a Point object may have, such as MIDI Note, Channel, Velocity, Duration, and more. Good for ascending sequences and arpeggios.

Support For Other Operating Systems

Midinous is being developed in a cross-platform framework that will allow it to run on either Linux or Mac operating systems as well as Windows. However, currently, Midinous is only available on Windows. More operating systems will be supported in the future.

User Reviews

“It's like making simple, beginner-friendly, non-linear circuits that quickly give you melodic ideas and inspiration. "Fun" and "powerful" are rarely combined in music production, but Midinous nails both at once.”
Benn Jordan - The Flashbulb, Benn & Gear

“There are a lot of conventional tools that are meant to inspire. It's things like this that are truly inspiring.”
Cameron - Venus Theory