Andy <andy-nntp23@...> writes:

> Gary G. wrote:
> >
> > It looks like 7 years ago the developers of Rosegarden had indeed been
> > developing such a script.
> > 
> > A fellow by the name of Pedro Lopez-Cabanillos was working on exactly this
> > problem with a perl script called  Somehow it seems the project
> > simply vanished or lost interest.
> Actually I just checked and that script is still included in the current
> rosegarden source code tarball, you can find it under /scripts/.
> Here are some instructions on how to use it:
> If the rgd file format and the ins file format hasn't changed since 2005 ,
> then the script should still work fine.
> Let us know how you get on with it.

The thing is, that most of us don't install Rosegarden from Tarballs.
99% of us use whatever package manager comes with our distros.  I can
state categorically that there is no such script included with the
*buntu distros out there.

The command line syntax is listed within the comments of the script itself.

Anyway, neither here nor there, it seems to work ok with the program
patches and controllers but seems to have trouble interpreting the combi
patches on my Korg TR.  It's not a perfect solution but at least it's
a working one.  I had to do some minor tweaking in the Rosegarden RGD
editor but I did manage to at least get the program patches working.

BTW, the Cakewalk/Sonar INS file is based on the MIDI standard and hasn't
really changed in the past 20 years or so,


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