A multi-platform software synthesiser emulating (currently inaccurately) pre-GM MIDI devices such as the Roland MT-32, CM-32L, CM-64 and LAPC-I. In no way endorsed by or affiliated with Roland Corp.
sergm In mt32emu-qt, added mode "Hide to tray on close"
When enabled, the synth application does not exit when the user
closes the main window. To exit the application, the corresponding
menu items can be used in menu "Tools" and the tray icon menu.
Latest commit aa2a2f2 Jan 2, 2018


mt32emu is a C/C++ library which allows to emulate (approximately) the Roland
MT-32, CM-32L and LAPC-I synthesiser modules.

ALSA MIDI driver uses mt32emu to provide ALSA MIDI interface for Linux applications (now obsolete).

Patch for official DOSBox release v.0.74 to demonstrate a possibility to add mt32 MIDI device.

mt32emu-smf2wav makes use of mt32emu to produce a WAVE file from an SMF file.
The output file corresponds a digital recording from a Roland MT-32, CM-32L and LAPC-I
synthesiser module.

Windows driver that provides for creating MIDI output port and transferring MIDI messages
to mt32emu_qt, the main UI-enabled synthesiser application. It also contains mt32emu engine
and is able to operate in stand-alone mode if the main application mt32emu_qt is unavailable.

A tool intended to fascilitate installation / upgrade of the Windows driver mt32emu_win32drv.

Main synthesiser application. It makes use of mt32emu and Qt to provide for:

1) Multiple simultaneous synths, GUI to configure synths, manage ROMs and connections
2) Funny LCD
3) Easy usage in different operating system environments:
   Windows multimedia, PulseAudio, ALSA, OSS and CoreMIDI supported
4) Play and record Standard MIDI files
5) Perform batch conversion of Standard MIDI files directly to .wav / .raw audio files

Files related to FreeBSD port of munt.