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I need to compose midi music in Linux.
I have experience this on Windows. There are lots of software out there for Windows that could do this.
But now that I have switch to Linux (Debian, in particular), I would like to know what will be the software for this. Thanks in advance.
(I don't care if it's on command line or GUI)

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What have you already found and tried? – slhck Jun 22 '12 at 18:01
@slhck I have tried softwares on Windows. But I was looking for Linux counter part so I won't anymore switch to Windows. – Neilvert Noval Jun 28 '12 at 6:50

If you want to compose music and output it to MIDI format, MuseScore is cross-platform:

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