These songs were produced using Audovia, a Linux application which can make music with up to fifteen instrumental voices and a percussion track.
Instruments can be chosen from the default soundbank of 128 instruments or
from any other soundbank of your choice.
Audovia is great for making background music for videos or backing tracks for playing or singing along to. Even ringtones for your mobile phone.
Songs can be developed, tested and edited very quickly and easily by virtue of the database structure and the JFugue MusicString notation.
Notes are specified by their name and octave or by their MIDI value and they may be entered manually or by picking from graphic Treble, Alto, Tenor and Bass staves within the MusicString editor.
Durations are expressed as numerical values or by character codes.
You can use notes from C0 to G10, corresponding to MIDI values 0 to 127.  Middle C is C5.  The opening phrase of Joy to the World can be written as:
C6q B5i. A5s G5q. F5i E5q D5q C5q.
Songs can be exported to MIDI, MusicXML and WAV.
The MIDI files can be opened in LMMS
for music processing.
The WAV files can be opened in Audacity,
then exported to MP3 and
the MusicXML files can be opened in MuseScore
for music publishing.
- Song backup and restore via XML;
- JFugue extension for string constants;
- Shared database support for MySQL;
- Comprehensive Documentation.
- File/Song Import/open Demo folder, select a song and import;
- Tree View/select "Song", press Play, then Default Soundbank.
The quality of your music will depend on your choice of instrument for each voice and your choice of soundbank. One good soundbank is available here and there are more at Soundfonts 4U.