Note: This is not to be confused with sebt3's MIDI Installer, which installs scripts + sounds for game music. sebt3's installer is actually a pre-requisite to mine, as it provides sounds & Timidity config. So install it first. This release contains a complete build of TiMidity++, however it is focused on the sole task of running as an ALSA daemon. This makes it appear as a MIDI device to a sequencer such as Seq24, turning your MIDIs into musics. For now, it needs to be run once per session. It may prompt for your password to load snd-seq, but apart from that will appear to do nothing. After running it, you can launch Seq24 and start playing. (To confirm it's loaded, right click a Seq24 sequence and you should see TiMidity ports under Midi Bus). It currently stutters heavily under not so heavy load... more work to be done. Thanks to sebt3 with cameos from Farox and mash-system. [update] Now contains GUI. It's late and I'll fix this post up later, in the meantime please see here for full info and download: http://www.gp32x.de/board/index.php?/topic/59041-timidity-2-13-2-port Seeking expert advice on audio/midi buffering to alleviate the stutter.