|app||reordered some history layer tracking to work with the new way remember() works|
|fastlane||removed navTo try/catch|
|gradle||reverted gradle rollback|
|LICENSE||update license to gpl3|
|build.gradle||working on state persistence|
|gradle.properties||readme update. added link to apk. added gradle sha256. updated gradle|
|gradlew||closing InputStream of .sf2 when it's not in use|
|gradlew.bat||readme update. added link to apk. added gradle sha256. updated gradle|
|musescore_lib_builder.py||more work on musescore lib script|
|project_activity.mmd||alternating colors between channels|
|settings.gradle||Removed non-android code. Will keep separate repos for separate platforms|
Pagan Opus Editor
An experimental Radix-notation based MIDI editor
What is it?
Pagan is an opus editor that can read/write midi files. It exists because I wanted to be able to write music in a way that represents how I look at music rather than try to translate musical ideas to and from a different structure, like a game of broken telephone. It may be for you, it may not. You do you.
At the moment it's only available (as a package) on Fdroid.
...it should be available soon through Google Play, I'm just waiting until I'm satisfied all the serious bugs have been worked out to save being buried under bad reviews.
master branch should always be the most stable. I use android studio to build and if you don't, you probably don't need any direction from me.