MIOS Studio 1

Introduction

Written in Java, MIOS Studio provides a platform-independent MIDI processing environment with advanced uploading and debugging functions for MIOS (MIdibox Operating System) in addition to general purpose MIDI utilities such as MIDI port routing, monitoring, filtering and a virtual keyboard.

MIOS Studio is written in a modular way and is published under GPL so that other programmers can make their own contributions. A number of base MIDI classes are written to interact with the Java Sound API that makes it easier for programmers to build their own applications upon.

Please note that in March 2010 the successor MIOS Studio 2 has been released to overcome the latest Java issues introduced with MacOS 10.5 and 10.6. It also provides a much more robust upload to MIOS8 and MIOS32 cores.
Follow this link for informations about MIOS Studio 2

Features

General MIDI features MIOS specific features

History

MIOS Studio was started by Jason Williams in November 2003 as a Java-based upload utility for MIOS. Development was later taken over by Adam King and MIOS Studio was expanded to include general purpose MIDI utilities and more debugging features for MIOS. Thorsten Klose has improved the upload functions to accommodate the MIOS32 platform, and Rutger Vlek has built upon the codebase for his own MB SID V2 Editor.

Download

The latest MIOS Studio 1 binaries is located here: MIOSStudio_beta9_4.zip

Please note that in March 2010 the successor MIOS Studio 2 has been released to overcome the latest Java issues introduced with MacOS 10.5 and 10.6. It also provides a much more robust upload to MIOS8 and MIOS32 cores.
Follow this link for informations about MIOS Studio 2

Help and Installation

Help and instructions for installing MIOS Studio are available at the midibox.org MIOS Studio Wiki Entry

Source Code

Full source code and JavaDoc documentation for MIOS Studio are available at the midibox.org Subversion Repository


Last update: 2009-02-08

Copyright 2009, Adam King. All rights reserved.