Provided by: muse_3.0.2+ds1-1_amd64 bug


       MusE - MIDI/Audio Sequencer


       muse [ options ] [ file ]


       MusE  is  a  MIDI/Audio sequencer that can also record and edit sound files, apply effects
       and filters from an intuitive graphical interface.  It is based on the Linux-specific ALSA
       interface  for  audio  i/o.   The  Jack Audio Connection Kit is used for routing.  LADSPA-
       compliant plugins allow to extend the list of available effects.

       The optional file argument denotes a project file in MusE-internal format that  is  loaded
       on startup.  Project files can also be loaded later on through the graphical menu.


       -a     Use a dummy audio backend instead of real audio i/o.

       -d     Start in debugging mode without real-time threads.

       -D     Enable verbose debugging messages.

       -h     Display usage information.

       -I     Do not attempt to load any DSSI plugins.

       -l xx  Force locale to the language/country code xx.

       -L     Do not se LASH.

       -m     Provide debugging messages about midi input events.

       -M     Provide debugging messages about midi output events.

       -p     Do not attempt to load any LADSPA plugins.

       -P n   Set  scheduling  priority  of  real-time threads to n (Dummy only, default 40. Else
              fixed by Jack.).

       -s     Provide debugging messages about sync events.

       -v     Print version information.

       -V     Do not attempt to load any VST plugins.

       -y     Enable Python control support.

       -Y n   Force midi real time priority to n.


       MusE provides an integrated help system in the graphical user interface.


       MusE was written by Werner Schweer,  Robert  Jonnson,  Mathias  Lundgren,  Frank  Neumann,
       Joachim Schiele, Tim Donnelly, Nil Geisweiller, Orcan Ogetbil and others.

       This  manual  page  was  originally  written  by Daniel Kobras <> for the
       Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). It was updated later by Orcan Ogetbil
       for MusE2.

                                          December 2010                                   MUSE(1)