Welcome to the KeyKit Home Page
and Download Site!

This is a site from which you can download the complete source code for KeyKit, as well as executables for certain machines (e.g. Windows 95/98/NT/W2K/XP and x86-Linux). Ports of KeyKit to other machines and environments will be shared here as well.

What is KeyKit?

KeyKit used to be called Keynote. It is a programming language and graphical user interface for MIDI, useful for both algorithmic and realtime musical experimentation. A screenshot showing a collection of its graphical tools is shown here. Here is more information about the features of KeyKit, and here is a FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions. For examples of music created with KeyKit, visit the home page of Tim Thompson, or Stephane Rollandin's GeoMaestro. KeyKit is being made freely available by AT&T for non-commercial use.

Register (FREE!) to download the software.

After agreeing to the license agreement, you will be emailed a personal password that will allow you complete access to the download site.

Enter the download site

In the download site you'll be able to download complete source code, and executables for Windows, Linux, and the Macintosh.

Frequently Asked Questions

This FAQ covers the most common questions people have when first starting to use and program in KeyKit.

KeyKit Notes

This set of notes discusses various aspects of using KeyKit.

Mailing List and Google Group

When you register for the download area (see above), you will be emailed information about the Google group for KeyKit. If you want to join the group without registering, you can do so here:
Google Groups
Subscribe to KeyKit
Visit this group

The Mailing List Archive

Many questions can be answered by searching the archive of the mailing list that existed from 1997 to 2008:

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