On 16/06/2016 09:33, Abrolag wrote:
> On Thu, 16 Jun 2016 09:16:10 +0200
> Lorenzo Sutton <lorenzofsut...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 16/06/2016 02:13, Ted Felix wrote:
>>> On 06/15/2016 06:51 PM, Abrolag wrote:
>>>> On the next startup, if I start Yoshimi first, Rosegarden connects and 
>>>> resets
>>>> most of the controls to (now) wrong values. Changing bank root was a 
>>>> particular
>>>> problem (now pretty much resolved) because it then meant Yoshimi was 
>>>> pointing to
>>>> completely the wrong patches.
>>>    Rosegarden provides support for (and works best with) device files.
>>> These contain lists of banks and programs and allow Rosegarden to
>>> control synths.  Without a proper device file for Yoshimi, Rosegarden
>>> will make a mess of things, sending whatever bank select and program
>>> changes are in whatever device file you are using.  This is what is
>>> causing trouble.
>>>    You need a Yoshimi.rgd device file.  I've started working on one
>>> based on the banks/programs that were installed for me with Yoshimi.  So
>>> far, I have the Arpeggios, Bass, Brass, and Drums banks entered.  With
>>> this, RG and Yoshimi get along just fine for me.
> Hmmm, now you mention it I dimly remember something about this from about 10
> years ago! :o
>> I think one could automatize that a with a (python) script. If I recall
>> correctly rgd is XML (any 'specification somewhere?), can't remember how
>> default yoshimi banks/programs are stored (files IIRC?)... I could have
>> a try at it if other considered it useful (I did use lxml quite a lot in
>> the past so I'm quite ok with working on XML...) :)
>> Lorenzo.
> The default installed set are in /usr{/local}/share/yoshimi/banks and are 
> normal
> directories of banks with instrument files in them. All the instrument files
> have a 4 digit number prefix.

Cool.. Where does yoshimi pick the bank number (e.g. Arpeggios -> 5, 
Bass -> 10).. It seems *almost* alphabetical with the exception of chip. 
Actually it would be nice to have a script which could generate the rdg 
file on a user's system :)

> Now I must go, I'm supposed to be several miles away in an hours time!

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