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TSE3PLAY(3)		      Programmer Manuals		   TSE3PLAY(3)

NAME
       tse3 - Trax Sequencer Engine library version 3.0

SYNOPSIS
       #include	files from tse3/*.h.

DESCRIPTION
       The  TSE3 library is a powerful third generation	sequencer engine writ-
       ten in C++. It is a 'sequencer engine' because it provides  the	actual
       driving force elements of a sequencer but provides no form of fancy in-
       terface.	Sequencer applications	or  multimedia	presentation  packages
       will  incorporate  the  TSE3  libraries to provide a user with MIDI se-
       quencing	facilities.

       TSE3 is a mature	library	based on a lot of experience. Whilst not  pro-
       viding  the  user  interface,  it provides a lot	of assistance to a UI.
       TSE3 is supplied	with a suite of	utilities that act on songs (or	 parts
       of  a  song)  as	 well  as common application support services (such as
       undo/redoable commands).

       TSE3 uses an advanced, acclaimed	'object-oriented' song	structure  and
       incorporates  functionality including a mixing desk, real time song al-
       teration, song file save/load (both standard MIDI files and proprietary
       format) and so on.

       For  more documentation on the TSE3 library look	in the 'doc' directory
       in the source distribution package.

BUGS
       Naturally, TSE3 is completely bug free. However,	if you do  find	 some-
       thing  goes  wrong then contact the author. The program can only	be im-
       proved with your	feedback.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (c) 2000,2001 Pete Goodliffe. See the	license	 file  in  the
       TSE3 doc	diirectory for a complete license statement.

AUTHOR
       Pete Goodliffe <pete@cthree.org>

       Trax Software 2001

Trax Software			 FEBRUARY 2001			   TSE3PLAY(3)

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