NoteEdit is a, um, note editor for KDE. Armed with little musical ability, and a Bontempi organ manual, I set out to see what its capabilities are. Despite not really knowing what I was doing, I managed to enter sequences for the contents of the manual. These are below for your enjoyment.
|Fur Elise||NoteEdit | MIDI|
|La Paloma||NoteEdit | MIDI|
|Silent Night||NoteEdit | MIDI|
|The Carnival Of Venice||NoteEdit | MIDI|
|When The Saints Go Marching In||NoteEdit | MIDI|
The first thing I noticed was it is very quiet by default. This led on a quest which turned up such gems as the sfxload command, the fact NoteEdit forgets its settings, and by default it goes to MIDI out, not the sequencer. This is on my Audigy, YMMV. Happily, later versions seem to not have the same bugs: my settings are remembered now. I still have to sfxload on reboot, though (which isn't NoteEdit's fault at all).