I'm definitely not in the professional league!
I use Rosegarden for making scores and recordings of those songs. I
usually use the DSSI plugin to interface with fluidsynth.
My experience with RG and Yoshimi hasn't been good. Way too often, I get
a voice/setup I want in Yoshimi, point RG at it, and RG insists on using
Yoshimi's default first standard instrument. I have to go back into
Yoshimi and set it up again, then it works. Until the next time I open
the RG project ...
Since LV2 appears to be the intended replacement for LADSPA, LV2 support
would be great. I have recorded audio into RG. But the ability to apply
LV2 plugins to that or MIDI tracks would be nice.
I usually record RG output using jack_capture, then work that over in
Audacity. So, in a sense, RG is my audio mixer. Ardour is confusing and
(to me, at least) assumes that I'm a trained audio engineer. Great for
those who are such, not so great for me.
I would like better score-focused functionality, thank you. RG and
counterpoint only seem to occasionally get along. But LV2 support seems
like a good idea, even if just on general principles.
A simple way to render an RG project would be nice, but I think it's
easy to just fire up jack_capture with the JACK transport option. That
works for me since I don't need to output RG tracks individually for
mixing in Audacity or anything else.
To Chris, Ted, Michael and all the wonderful people who make Rosegarden
- a big Hawaiian MAHALO NUI LOA!
On 3/14/20 3:17 AM, Michael N. Moran wrote:
In the spirit of use-cases, I'll chime-in.
I'm an occasional/casual user of Rosegarden and have been for many years.
I'm a very amateur guitar player and member of a church choir.
My most common use-case is that of trying to learn a particular vocal
part (e.g. tenor) by listening to it over and over.
In this case, I will receive an octavo from the choir director and
enter the part using the notation editor, and then play it back using
a synth (e.g. fluidsynth).
Although the notation entry can be painfully slow, using Rosegarden
has taught me a great deal about the intricacies of music notation.
Thanks for that!
After using the notation editor to enter individual parts, I will
sometimes use Ardour to create audio files which I then write a to
CD-ROM for individual SATB parts for distribution to other choir members.
All this while using my beloved Linux machines that are the basis for
my embedded-systems programming livelihood.
Thank you to all of the Rosegarden developers for your contributions.
On 3/14/20 4:31 AM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
I think it's really interesting to learn about people's different
workflows, especially in more professional settings like in this case.
David W. Jones
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