Sunday, January 24, 2016

My new Sequencer Program

It's been quite a while since I've posted on my blog here, but I've started a new project.
I do a lot of music editing in my spare time as a hobby, and whether it's been remixing, or porting formats, I figured it's time I made a program to do it all.

Right now I haven't decided on a final name, so I'm just calling it MidiModder, but it can load Midi files, display the notes, volume, tempo, panning, etc. This is also the first time I added a feature to zoom in and out of the view window. You can also see Envelope and Vibrato tabs, as I plan to add support for a "certain format".

I haven't decided if I'm going to release this when finished,  but I am trying to code it (in ENIGMA) so that it would be more stable for a general audience just in case.

My planned features are:
-Loading of multiple formats
-Saving of multiple formats (this would allow for format conversion)
-Some form of playback
-Note randomization
-Full editing features
-Other features fit for making sequenced game music

Some other ideas I have are:
-Exporting song to .Wav
-Auto pattern finder to compress song to save space (keeping quality intact)
-Loading wav files as instruments

A lot of these features may seem situational, but I only plan on it being a helper to my hobbies in music editing as of now.