On 1/21/23 08:54, mark_at_yahoo via Rosegarden-user wrote:
On 1/21/23 4:09 AM, Ted Felix wrote:
I've been working with Mike Knott on post-processing MIDI from a
guitar controller into notation. I've created a page on the wiki
documenting the process:
Only vaguely related: Has there ever been any interest in adding a
guitar tablature editor to Rosegarden? It wouldn't be a simple task as
it would require A.I. and/or metadata saved in the .rg file to specify
what string and fret to use for each note out of the multiple possible
same-pitch choices (e.g. the same A is on fret 2 of the G string and
fret 7 of the D string) so that chords and melodies are "fingerable".
As I no longer (pathetically attempt to) play guitar I'm not likely to
take it on as a project, but it would be a very nice addition to
Rosegarden if someone else would contribute it.
I've been satisfied with exporting the RG as a MusicXML file, importing
it into Musescore, and setting Musescore to do tablature. That lets me
do things like specify open/alternate tunings. Another option is
Tuxguitar, but Musescore does a better job of printing. Tuxguitar lets
you specify the player's ability level, which is kind of nice. I don't
know if Musescore can to that. I haven't done much tablature lately.
I think adding it to RG while maintaining the ability to also
display/edit it *as a score* would be really tough.
David W. Jones
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