We maintain a repository for programs donated by users that may be
useful in connection with Mup. THEY ARE PROVIDED AS IS.
ARKKRA ENTERPRISES MAKES THEM AVAILABLE AS A SERVICE, BUT PROVIDES
NO SUPPORT AND DISCLAIMS ALL LIABILITY.
If you have a program you would like to donate, send us email at
to tell us about it. Programs must be provided in source form.
We reserve the right to refuse any donation, or remove
a donated program at any time without notice.
If you know of a program on another website that might be of interest
to Mup users, you can let us know and we will consider providing a
link to it.
User-donated programs include:
winmup - a
Windows front end for of Mup.
Note: this program has become largely obsoleted by the Mupmate program that
now comes with Mup, but it is still available if you want to try it.
After installing Mup,
you can execute winmup11.exe to unpack the files,
then execute the setup file that is created to install them. The
source program (Visual Basic) is also available.
An older version of the mtm MIDI-to-Mup conversion program is also available:
mtm in Unix
format gzip-ed tar file or
mtm in DOS zip
file format A MIDI-to-Mup converter program.
This program only handles one note at a time
per voice and has other limitations, but may still be useful for some Mup users.
format gzip-ed tar file) or
format zip file). Another MIDI-to-Mup converter program.
This one does handle multiple notes per voice. Requires Perl.
spkrmidi - play simple MIDI files on computer speaker for UNIX SV_R4 or Linux x86 systems.
an "include" file that expands chord names
into guitar chord notes.
This is especially useful for MIDI, because you can hear how a guitar chord
part will sound without having to write out all the individual notes.
an "include" file that defines guitar grids.
Mup macros for specifying General MIDI instruments by name.
(An alternate set of macros for the same purpose is available
mupsdice and muphelp.
mupsdice is a script that uses random numbers to generate a waltz
in the style of Mozart, and muphelp is an application that makes it
easy to find subjects in the Mup documentation files.
mup.pats - Mup
syntax pattern file for nedit
mup.vim - Mup
syntax pattern file for vim
An emacs mode for Mup files
mup.xml - Mup syntax highlighter file for Kate and Kwrite editors
A collection of Quikscript files for use with Mup, and an extracted
standalone version of the Mup music font.
Linux library and simple MIDI play/record program for the MIDIATOR MS-124W.
The MS-124W is a 1-input, 4-output serial port MIDI box that was once
mupxpnd.l - expand
a 2-staff condensed vocal score to a 4-staff vocal score.
ksh script that takes staffs with a single voice and splits the chords into
extract a subset of pages to print from a PostScript file.
add delay to specified tracks of a MIDI file
abc2mup - convert abc format
to Mup format
Mup input files
that create various styles of blank music paper.
Simple program to play a voice from a Mup file on a PalmPilot
program to take voices in PocketSynth format and convert them to a Mup file
which can then be edited on a PalmPilot or exported to a desktop for
printing or playing.
package that helps put music fragments created with Mup into LaTeX
A collection of python scripts for manipulating Mup files, and some Mup macro definitions.
Mup-Template: A simple python script which creates a "blank" Mup score
Mup-Score-Renumber: A simple python script which renumbers comments in
a Mup score.
Mup Accompaniment: A not-so-simple python script which analyzes a Mup
score and adds a bass line to it.
Mp -- Mup Print and Display: A python script to process, display, and
print scores. Supports various keys and transpositions for different
Macros for accordion music.
If you are planning on writing any music for the accordion these files
will be useful. They add the ability to print the "circles with dots"
used to denote the switches in accordion music via macros.