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Sonix - AMI - Gameplay 1.png
Creator Aegis Development
Released 1987-??-??
Platform Amiga

Sonix is a music sequencer for Amiga created by Mark Riley. The software includes a score, keyboard, and instrument editor. You use the program by plotting musical notes on a staff roll and playing it back.

The program uses two kinds of files; SMUS.* files which contain the music information and instr.* files which contain the instrument information. The files are a Electronic Arts standardized format. Almost no software use the SMUS. format.

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The following composers used Sonix:


Version Download Platform
1.4 Download - (info) Amiga


When Bethesda Softworks was developing NES games, they used Sonix to create music for their NES games.