MIDI SYStem EXplorer (MSE) was developed and released as Amiga shareware software beginning in 1995 through into 2001 when it was
decommissioned internally and made available for free to the public. It received high acclaim from magazine reviewers and users alike. Its
design allows it to control all types of MIDI data through a programmable graphic user interface or by external software control. It can be
used as a simple MIDI Controller or a complex patch editing system.
Some possible applications:
MIDI Volume/Pan Mixer (with automated fading)
With its definition language you can design the entire user interface to meet your needs. Screen mode/size (Amiga/CyberGFX/etc.), window
size and position, fonts, borders, colors, gadget placement, etc. can all be customized. As well, you can define the character set, MIDI
port (Triple Play Plus is supported) and much more.
Fully automated control.
Openable on any public screen.
Extensive customization allows the user to design standard interfaces for all MIDI products connected to the system.
Graphic interfaces are designed external to the main program. This minimizes memory requirements and increases the interface speed.
Just about everything is customizable, including: layout, fonts, gadgets, colors, images, menus, MIDI events, etc.
Allows the user to enter MIDI information from a device's user manual and configure a custom interface to access parameters.
Supports ALL MIDI events.
Patch/Librarian data is stored in MIDI standard format, for easy importing to other software.
Has the ability to edit individual parameters on devices that only support patch dumps.
MIDI communication can operate with realtime feedback and/or through user interaction.
Edits can be made without connection to a MIDI device, if required.
Includes lots of examples and common device interfaces, to get you started.
Supports MIDI.library (PD), BlueRibbon.library (B&P), TriplePlayPlus, and CAMD.library (DeluxeMusic) allowing simultaneous use with other
programs that also use these libraries.
Can be run upto 9 times simultaneously, with individual ARexx ports.