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MidiShare is a real-time musical MIDI operating system. Result of many years of research and development undertaken by Computer Music Research Laboratory of Grame, MidiShare provides high level services to the field of computer music and MIDI applications
SoundHelix is a free versatile Java framework for algorithmic random music composition. SoundHelix can generate random songs, play them (for example, on any number of MIDI devices or MIDI-capable software synthesizers) and is highly customizable using XML configuration. SoundHelix produces music that is actually enjoyable to listen to.
Mobile karaoke is karaoke application based on J2ME for mobile phones (aka cell phones). It is based on MIDP 2.0 and the karaoke extensions to the MIDI standard. Nearly every J2ME MIDP 2.0 capable device is able to run this application.
MuseScore is a free music composition and notation software. It is easy to use and makes beautiful sheet music. MuseScore is often praised as a cost effective alternative for Sibelius and Finale. It is easy and fast note entry with mouse, keyboard or MIDI. It supports playback with integrated sequencer and FluidSynth software synthesizer.
mCtrl is C library providing set of additional user interface controls for Windows, intended to be complementary to standard Win32API controls from USER32.DLL and COMCTL32.DLL. API of the library is designed to be similar to the Win32API. I.e. after window class of particular control is registered with some initialization function, the control can be normally created with the Win32API's CreateWindow() or CreateWindowEx() functions and controlled with SendMessage().
MediaWiki is powers Wikipedia.org. MediaWiki is designed to be run on a large server farm for a website that gets millions of hits per day. MediaWiki is an extremely powerful, scalable software and a feature-rich wiki implementation. Pages use MediaWiki's wikitext format, so that users without knowledge of XHTML or CSS can edit them easily.