On Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 2:16 AM, Lorenzo Sutton
<lorenzofsut...@gmail.com> wrote:
> One test to do would be:
> - make sure Rosegarden and Jack are using Jack Transport and the BPM and
> meter are the same (I think both default to 120 BPM and 4/4 so starting
> from scratch should get you going).
> - In hydrogen put one note at the very beginning of the pattern (bar?)
> - In Rosegarden create a 1 bar segment and select repeat (checkbox in
> the left pane)
> - In Rosegarden open the matrix editor and place only one note at the
> very beginning of the bar
> - Ideally the notes in Hydrogen and in RG would have different timbre
> - hit Play in Rosegarden.
> The two notes should be perfectly synchronised. :-)
> If this works then the timing discrepancy depends on the actual
> notes/rhythms you are entering. If it doesn't it would indeed show some
> sort of synchronisation problem.
> As a side note on Jack Transport:
> One thing I have noticed with Rosegarden and Jack Transport (but with
> Ardour) is that to play well Ardour must be set to 'jack slave' (i.e. in
> Ardour deselect "JACK Time Master") *and* transport operations (play,
> stop, etc.) *must* always be done in Rosegarden. I'm not sure though
> that this is really relevant to Rosegaden <-> Hydrogen interaction.
> Lorenzo

Wow. I will definitely try that. And thanks for the note about Ardour,
since I haven't used RG with Ardour yet.

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