Other projects using JFugue
- NetBeans JFugue Music NotePad, a NetBeans GUI for creating music, by Geertjan Wielenga
- JFrets, by Matt Warman, is a guitar teaching and tab building tool for Java
- The Sound of Shopping, an interactive exhibit that converts bar codes to music
- jEdit Plugin, by Eric Berry, helps users create JFugue music with the jEdit text editor
- Jammidi, a MIDI jam session backed by JFugue, by Hans Beemsterboer
- inStep - A Networked MIDI Composition Tool, by Duncan Stead
- A homework assignment in Bill Manaris's Spring 2004 CSCI 220 class at College of Charleston
Interesting music projects
Here are some interesting things that others have done with music programming (but not using JFugue). Be inspired!
- HarmonixMusic, creators of GuitarHero and other musical games
- Animusic has developed computer-animated music - these videos are phenomenal!
- Ensemble Robot uses large robots to create music, some of which are controlled with MIDI
Sources of MIDI files
If you're looking for MIDI files, here are some good starting points:
- Robert Finley records his own classical MIDI sequences
- MIDIsite indexes over 800,000 MIDI files. Lots of popular tunes can be found here
- Free MIDI Zone has a wide selection of MIDI files indexed by artist
Directories of other music tools
In case JFugue isn't what you're looking for, try looking at these lists of music projects:
- SoftSynth Java Music Projects
- Software Sound Synthesis & Music Composition Packages
- jsresources.org provides lots of FAQs and sample codes if you want to program your own MIDI app.