Re: [Rosegarden-user] Cannot connect to jack

2020-05-24 Thread Ted Felix
On 5/24/20 12:46 PM, stefano franchi wrote: some progress: the errors above were due to pulseaudio being active and messing with jack. Once I cut pulseaudio off the loop with a direct ALSA--> jackd connection (done with the cadence jack manager), most of the errors disappeared. Sounds like

Re: [Rosegarden-user] Fuzzy Quantisation

2020-05-24 Thread David W. Jones
On May 23, 2020 11:19:18 PM HST, Will Godfrey wrote: >Has anyone thought of this? 'Hard' quantisation tends to take the life >out of >an otherwise mostly OK performance. > >My guess is that you could apply something like a square law to the >error >quantity so that notes that are furthest

Re: [Rosegarden-user] Cannot connect to jack

2020-05-24 Thread stefano franchi
On Sun, May 24, 2020 at 11:25 AM stefano franchi wrote: > I seem to be unable to get Rosegarden to connect to jack. > I am using (well, trying to use) Rosegarden on an Archlinux setup, with > jack2 and qjackctl: > > Name: rosegarden Version : 19.12-1 > Name:

[Rosegarden-user] Cannot connect to jack

2020-05-24 Thread stefano franchi
I seem to be unable to get Rosegarden to connect to jack. I am using (well, trying to use) Rosegarden on an Archlinux setup, with jack2 and qjackctl: Name: rosegarden Version : 19.12-1 Name: jack2 Version : 1.9.14- Name: qjackctl

[Rosegarden-user] Fuzzy Quantisation

2020-05-24 Thread Will Godfrey
Has anyone thought of this? 'Hard' quantisation tends to take the life out of an otherwise mostly OK performance. My guess is that you could apply something like a square law to the error quantity so that notes that are furthest away would get the most adjustment. Also, the ability to dial in the