Re: [Rosegarden-user] LV2... Why?

2020-03-14 Thread Michael N. Moran


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 

- mike

On 3/14/20 4:31 AM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:

Hi all,

I think it's really interesting to learn about people's 
different workflows, especially in more professional 
settings like in this case.

Michael N. Moran   (h) 770 704 9751
218 Wilshire Terrace   (c) 678 521 5460
White, GA, USA 30184

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] The future of Linux sure looks bleak...

2012-08-30 Thread Michael N. Moran
On 08/30/2012 11:52 AM, S. Christian Collins wrote:
 FWIW, I have been using Thunderbird for years as my e-mail client of
 choice, and it has never let me down.  I've got seven e-mail accounts
 coming into it, using Lightning for my calendar (synced up with multiple
 Google calendars).  I've got tons of stored e-mails all the way back to
 1999 and all of this running off of an encrypted flash drive so I can
 move it between my PC and my laptop.  Thunderbird may look kinda ugly in
 KDE compared to Kmail, but it's all about the functionality for me.

I hate to waste bandwidth and mindshare but... I agree with 
Mr. Collins.

I've been using Thunderbird (and whatever its predecessors 
were called)
since 1998 (one up ;) and it's always been able to keep up 
with my old
e-mail archives and ... I save everything but spam.

Ugly? Maybe. But I'm always distraught when I use other 
e-mail clients that
seem to want to simplify my life too much.

just sayin'

I wish I had more time to use Rosegarden, but it's a great 
app for a musical
amateur such as myself.

Michael N. Moran   (h) 770 516 7918
5009 Old Field Ct. (c) 678 521 5460
Kennesaw, GA, USA 30144

So often times it happens, that we live our lives in chains
  and we never even know we have the key.
Already Gone by Jack Tempchin (recorded by The Eagles)

The Beatles were wrong: 1  1  1 is 1

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