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mma-gb.1() mma-gb.1()

mma-gb - MMA groove browers

mma-gb

mma-gb Browse the MMA groove library.
When the program starts up it will read all the existing MMA library files and create a small database file. You should be root or have write permissions for this ... if you don't the program will continue, but it will need to read the database the next time.
Once loaded you will see several panels. The main panels on the left side let you select a library file and the associated groove. Just double click on a groove to play it. The GUI calls MMA for this with the -V option.
You can change the parameters used in the top 4 boxes.
The <help> option gives a brief overview.

The application is written in Tkinter, which should be available in most Python installations. It appears to be quite cross platform compatible and has been tested on Linux and Windows XP.

mma(1).

The latest version of this program is always distributed with MMA and is available at http://www.mellowood.ca/mma

Bob van der Poel <bob@mellowood.ca>

mma-libdoc is Copyright 2003-2013 Bob van der Poel. Free use of this software is granted under the terms of the GNU General Public License.

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