I could connect Rosegarden and QSynth as you told - but still no sound :-(

Strange: none of the 3 systems Rosegarden, Jack and QSynth shows up any
error - from a software perspective everything seems to run.

I think ALSA is not connected to the output but I cannot find a hint to
test this.

Am 01.11.18 um 20:55 schrieb Will Godfrey:
> On Thu, 1 Nov 2018 18:49:07 +0100
> Alexander Abramidis <a.abrami...@metamatix.de> wrote:
>> Am 01.11.18 um 18:10 schrieb Will Godfrey:
>>> On Thu, 1 Nov 2018 17:03:58 +0100
>>> Alexander Abramidis <a.abrami...@metamatix.de> wrote:
>>>> Hi there,
>>>> I am a complete newbee to Rosegarden, so please excuse me if I ask basic
>>>> things.
>>>> I have a Linux Mint 18, 4.4.0 Kernel on a Thinkpad T530.
>>>> My Audacity works quite fine and all other programs have working sound
>>>> output.
>>>> My installation Rosegarden (15.12) + Qsynth + Jack does not output any
>>>> sound.
>>>> I started that way: QJackCtl, QSynth, Rosegarden.
>>>> No matter if I load a MID file or enter some notes and let it run, there
>>>> is no sound.
>>>> If have another program running (e.g. Banshee) it blocks the sound
>>>> output of the other program. So I guess it uses s.th. in a wrong way.
>>>> Can anybody please give me a hint?
>>>> Any tip is highly appreciated!  
>>> Have you set Rosegarden to look for Qsynth?
>>> Studio->Mange MIDI Devices  
>> Sorry, I got lost. There is a lot of things in there: playing, existing
>> midi outputs, midi inputs, midi recording ...
>> but no QSynth, the "refresh" buttons have no effect, too.
> Ah! I forgot - it's a long time since I used Qsynth! . It will show up on the
> right hand side as something like '129:0 Synth input port (11147:0) (write)'.
> When sending MIDI to it, the bottom left of its window should flash and 
> activity
> button.

Freundliche Grüße
Alexander Abramidis

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