|fastlane||fixed changelog names|
|gradle||reverted gradle rollback|
|LICENSE||update license to gpl3|
|README.md||fixed layout of badges again|
|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|
A music sequencer
What is it?
Pagan is a music sequencer built around 2 main features:
1. N-tone tuning. I was curious to see what was possible and what musical vocabulary could develop around different sized octaves. 2. Beat-centric visualization. No more time signatures or measures.
Essentially, 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.
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.