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An "alpha" release of version 2.0 of MusE is now available for Linux.

The alpha tag indicates that this is an early version so it's mainly intended as a teaser to spread the word, an early adopters build and to welcome developers who want to port MusE to other platforms.

 

MusE has been ported to the Qt4 architecture and the development team say they are busy with lots of GUI stuff being reworked.

 

MusE now also sports a new version of the DeicsOnze, DX11 emulating softsynth, up from version 0.2 to 1.0.

 

The full change-log is available here.

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