Re: [Rosegarden-user] Rosegarden App Icon

2020-05-23 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le 22 mai 2020 à 21H02 (-0400)
Ted Felix  a écrit :

>Just posted some new ideas for the rosegarden app icon on the
> wiki. Head over to the logo page and have a look at the pdf at the
> top.  Then let me know what you think.  

I like 1 and 7, but I clearly prefer number 1.

Yves


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Re: [Rosegarden-user] Rosegarden Crashes when I stop a recording.

2020-04-27 Thread Yves Guillemot
I have no idea about a bug in 17.12 which is now an old version.
Here is how to compile/install the last version:

If you want to install in the default destination /usr/local
you only have to type:

mkdir build
cd build
cmake ..
make 
sudo make install

If you want to install in a non standard place, use:
cmake .. -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/somewhere/in/the/system

Only if you want to debug, you have to add the option:
-DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug
without the brackets.

BTW you don't need to be root when compiling RG.
You have to be root only when installing
with "sudo make install"
or with "su" then "make install"

Hope it helps
Yves

Le 27 avril 2020 à 02H56 (-0400)
liebre...@grossmann-venter.com a écrit :

> I must add that I cd to build before I execute the cmake inastruction
> Either way it doesnt make a difference it remains the same problem.
> 
> 
> > 
> > root@1:/rosegarden-19.12# ls
> > AUTHORS  CMakeLists.txt  COPYING  Doxyfile
> > rosegarden.spec.in  src cmakeCONTRIBUTING
> > data  READMEscripts test
> > 
> > root@1:/rosegarden-19.12#  mkdir build
> > 
> > root@1:/rosegarden-19.12# cmake .. -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=[PREFIX]
> > [-DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug]
> > CMake Error: The source directory
> > "/rosegarden/rosegarden-19.12/[-DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug]" does not
> > exist.
> > Specify --help for usage, or press the help button on the CMake GUI.
> > root@Tango:/rosegarden/rosegarden-19.12#
> > 
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Re: [Rosegarden-user] Lyric space

2018-04-04 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le  4 avril 2018 à 16H05 (-0400)
rhkra...@gmail.com a écrit :

> 
> How do you know I used dynamics instead of lyrics?

In the notation editor double click on the text with the selection
tool (or simple click on it with the text tool): this opens a dialog
where you can see the text and it style and change them.

> 
> I don't remember if it was on this song or not, but I have used the
> Lyric Editor (and, then, typically, used the fine spacing feature to
> try to move the lyrics around to try to get them closer to the right
> notes).

With the lyric editor, the lyrics should always been under the right
note. Nevertheless this really works only when the notation is clean.
Notation quantified from a midi file is not always clean.

> (Aside: When I got this file as a MIDI file, the Words line (with the
> words against rests) was already there, as was the Melody line.  I
> started to add the lyrics to the Melody line, but do not recall
> whether I simply inserted text or used the Lyric Editor.)

The "Words" track with text without notes seams typical of karaoke midi
files (sometimes with .kar suffix).
The RG midi importer keeps this text (apparently as if it was dynamics)
but not as lyrics.

> 
> In songs where I used the Lyric Editor, I still had the problem with 
> insufficient space for the lyrics.

Maybe the notation was not clean ?
I frequently got similar problems in the past.
 
> 
> I don't see a place to specifically choose the "lyrics text style".
> Hmm, maybe in this file I did insert the lyrics with the Text tool
> instead of the Lyric Editor, and maybe that's what you refer to as
> lyrics text style (i.e., the style inserted by the Lyric Editor)?
> (As I said, even with the Lyric Editor there is insufficient space
> for the lyrics.)

Inserting text with the text tool opened the text dialog where the
style can be selected.

> 
> Maybe there are some features in Rosegarden 17 that are not present
> in Rosegarden 12 (the version that I am using because my OS
> supports / supplies this version)?

There should not be such new features related to text.

> 
> Sorry for being obtuse--thanks for any additional help you can offer.
> 
You are welcome.

Yves

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] Lyric space

2018-04-04 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le  4 avril 2018 à 08H42 (-0400)
rhkra...@gmail.com a écrit :
> 
> At the moment, I can't find the worst example, but this file will be
> enough to give you the idea.  If you view the "line" named "Words" in
> the notation editor, you should see the problem, and if you increase
> the "Spacing" in the notation editor to 220%, you will see that the
> situation improves, but is not completely gone.
> 
> You can also look at the line named "Melody" where I started to also
> add the lyrics in the hope that I could do better--I realized I could
> not and quit.

There are several styles of text in RG. You used text for dynamics
instead of lyrics.
Unlike other text styles, the places of lyrics and notes are
computed in relation to each other when they are displayed in the
notation editor. This should fix your problem.

First you should add the lyrics to the segment on the "Melody" track
because without notes (as on the "Words" track which has only rests) RG
can't display lyrics at the right place.

Next you have to use the lyrics text style.
The better way to insert lyrics is to use the lyric editor from the
notation editor with "View -> Open Lyric Editor".

Some documentation is here:
https://www.rosegardenmusic.com/wiki/doc:lyriceditdialog-en

You may see lyrics in some RG examples as Hallelujah_Chorus or
aylindaamiga.

Yves


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Re: [Rosegarden-user] Lyric space

2018-04-04 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le  2 avril 2018 à 14H02 (-0400)
rhkra...@gmail.com a écrit :
> 
> It is nice to see that this list is not totally dead.
> 
Sorry for this late reply.
I'd no time to reply the first time I read your
post then I forgot it.


Le 18 février 2018 à 19H00 (-0500)
rhkra...@gmail.com a écrit :

> (Note: I am using Rosegarden 12 instead of the latest version because
> that is what is supported on my Debian Wheezy based computer.  If
> this problem is solved in a later version of Rosegarden, I will look
> (harder) into ways to upgrade.)

I don't think lyrics had have any fix related to your problem since
12.4.

> 
> My problem is this--in some songs, when I add lyrics, there is not
> enough space for the lyrics (that is, for each syllable or measure)
> so words or syllables are cut off and not displayed and/or
> overwritten (and therefore garbled).  (This being on the Notation
> display, the one that displays musical notes and lyrics (if present).)
> 
> I did find the spacing "control" and adjusting it does improve the
> situation, but even on the song I'm looking at now, 220% does not
> eliminate the problem.

I can't reproduce this issue here.
Moreover I don't see any noticeable effect of the spacing percentage on
the readability of lyrics.

> 
> I can email the particular song to anyone that is interested--iirc, I
> got the MIDI part from someone on the Internet, which had the lyrics
> in a separate "voice", and I've started to add the lyrics to the
> melody.  (But, even the lyrics in that separate voice have the same
> problem (they are displayed against a musical clef with rests of
> varying duration.)
> 
Please, send me this song or some example showing the problem and
I'll try to fix it.

Yves


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Re: [Rosegarden-user] RG 17.04 Debian build - Issues with Lilypond 2.18.2

2017-09-06 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le mercredi 6 septembre 2017, 09:34:13 CEST david a écrit :
> I just ran the RG-generated Lilypond code through Lilypond on the
> command line. Lilypond 2.18.2 fails with a segmentation fault.
> 
I currently don't have LilyPond 2.18.12 installed to test it, but I can't find 
any problem with LilyPond 2.19.61.

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] Preset-Dialog in "Create segments with"

2017-09-05 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le mardi 5 septembre 2017, 18:42:22 CEST Karl a écrit :
> How is it possible to extend this Preset-List with more Intruments?

The instruments are defined in the file data/presets/presets-editable.conf of 
the source tree. The format is explained at the beginning of the file.

To add new instruments, you have to modify this file, run the regenerate-
presets script (see data/presets/README) then compile RG.

If you send me data about these instruments I'll be happy to add them.

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] a few newbie questions

2017-07-29 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le samedi 29 juillet 2017, 04:33:19 CEST Andrew Kilpatrick a écrit :
> Well I discovered that the metronome must be set to a MIDI port of some
> kind before any MIDI clocks will be sent. That seems like a bug... what
> does MIDI clock have to do with metronome?
> 

I can't reproduce this: the metronome seems to be _always_ connected to some 
MIDI device.
Even if I define a device assigned to "No port" and connect the metronome to 
it I still see the MIDI clock.

How exactly are the MIDI devices and metronome configured when you get no 
clock?

> - Audio clips don't start when the transport is rewound and then
> played... it is necessary to press play and then rewind.

I confirm this issue.
Another way to get the sound is to press stop then press play again.
I'll create a bug ticket about it.

Yves



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Re: [Rosegarden-user] a few newbie questions

2017-07-26 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le mercredi 26 juillet 2017, 19:22:38 CEST Andrew Kilpatrick a écrit :
> 
> Thanks for the info. I checked aconnect and sync out seems to be
> connected to every MIDI device, even ones that are not set up in
> rosegarden. (my sound interface has a port which I don't use... it's
> assigned)
> 
> But when I start and stop I can see that a port sends START, Song
> Position, and STOP, but never sends any ticks. I viewed the data with
> MIDI-OX on another computer.

Are you sure MIDI-OX is not filtering out the ticks which are generally hiding 
the useful data the monitor is recording ?

Here is the output of RG seen by a tiny MIDI monitor coming as a test of the 
RtMidi API ( https://www.openhub.net/p/rtmidi ) and which can be easily 
compiled (I'm currently unable to compile Kmidimon on my new computer :-( ).

$ ./cmidiin

Would you like to open a virtual input port? [y/N] y

Reading MIDI input ... press  to quit.
Byte 0 = 192, Byte 1 = 0, stamp = 0
Byte 0 = 176, Byte 1 = 121, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 2.4e-05
Byte 0 = 176, Byte 1 = 10, Byte 2 = 64, stamp = 4e-06
Byte 0 = 176, Byte 1 = 93, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 176, Byte 1 = 7, Byte 2 = 100, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 176, Byte 1 = 91, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 4e-06
Byte 0 = 193, Byte 1 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 177, Byte 1 = 121, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 177, Byte 1 = 10, Byte 2 = 64, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 177, Byte 1 = 93, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 177, Byte 1 = 7, Byte 2 = 100, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 177, Byte 1 = 91, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 194, Byte 1 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 178, Byte 1 = 121, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 178, Byte 1 = 10, Byte 2 = 64, stamp = 4e-06
Byte 0 = 178, Byte 1 = 93, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 2e-06
Byte 0 = 178, Byte 1 = 7, Byte 2 = 100, stamp = 4e-06
Byte 0 = 178, Byte 1 = 91, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 195, Byte 1 = 0, stamp = 5e-06
Byte 0 = 179, Byte 1 = 121, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 179, Byte 1 = 10, Byte 2 = 64, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 179, Byte 1 = 93, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 4e-06
Byte 0 = 179, Byte 1 = 7, Byte 2 = 100, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 179, Byte 1 = 91, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 196, Byte 1 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 180, Byte 1 = 121, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 2.7e-05
Byte 0 = 180, Byte 1 = 10, Byte 2 = 64, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 180, Byte 1 = 93, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 180, Byte 1 = 7, Byte 2 = 100, stamp = 4e-06
Byte 0 = 180, Byte 1 = 91, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 4e-06
Byte 0 = 197, Byte 1 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 181, Byte 1 = 121, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 4e-06
Byte 0 = 181, Byte 1 = 10, Byte 2 = 64, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 181, Byte 1 = 93, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 4e-06
Byte 0 = 181, Byte 1 = 7, Byte 2 = 100, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 181, Byte 1 = 91, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 198, Byte 1 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 182, Byte 1 = 121, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 182, Byte 1 = 10, Byte 2 = 64, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 182, Byte 1 = 93, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 4e-06
Byte 0 = 182, Byte 1 = 7, Byte 2 = 100, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 182, Byte 1 = 91, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 199, Byte 1 = 0, stamp = 4e-06
Byte 0 = 183, Byte 1 = 121, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 183, Byte 1 = 10, Byte 2 = 64, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 183, Byte 1 = 93, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 183, Byte 1 = 7, Byte 2 = 100, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 183, Byte 1 = 91, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 4e-06
Byte 0 = 200, Byte 1 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 184, Byte 1 = 121, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 184, Byte 1 = 10, Byte 2 = 64, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 184, Byte 1 = 93, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 184, Byte 1 = 7, Byte 2 = 100, stamp = 4e-06
Byte 0 = 184, Byte 1 = 91, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 201, Byte 1 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 185, Byte 1 = 121, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 185, Byte 1 = 10, Byte 2 = 64, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 185, Byte 1 = 93, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 4e-06
Byte 0 = 185, Byte 1 = 7, Byte 2 = 100, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 185, Byte 1 = 91, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 202, Byte 1 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 186, Byte 1 = 121, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 186, Byte 1 = 10, Byte 2 = 64, stamp = 4e-06
Byte 0 = 186, Byte 1 = 93, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 186, Byte 1 = 7, Byte 2 = 100, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 186, Byte 1 = 91, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 203, Byte 1 = 0, stamp = 1.1e-05
Byte 0 = 187, Byte 1 = 121, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 4e-06
Byte 0 = 187, Byte 1 = 10, Byte 2 = 64, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 187, Byte 1 = 93, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 187, Byte 1 = 7, Byte 2 = 100, stamp = 4e-06
Byte 0 = 187, Byte 1 = 91, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 204, Byte 1 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 188, Byte 1 = 121, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 4e-06
Byte 0 = 188, Byte 1 = 10, Byte 2 = 64, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 188, Byte 1 = 93, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 188, Byte 1 = 7, Byte 2 = 100, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 188, Byte 1 = 91, Byte 2 = 0, stamp = 4e-06
Byte 0 = 205, Byte 1 = 0, stamp = 3e-06
Byte 0 = 189, Byte 1 = 121, 

Re: [Rosegarden-user] a few newbie questions

2017-07-26 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le mercredi 26 juillet 2017, 05:30:03 CEST Andrew Kilpatrick a écrit :
> I'm not seeing a "sync" port anywhere in the program or the docs. The
> MIDI Sync tab has an option "Automatically connect sync output to all
> devices in use" which I have checked. I assume this means that any MIDI
> device in my project will get clocks, but that doesn't seem to be true.
> 

aconnect utility shows the ports
(on my system, "sync out" is 128:1):

$ aconnect -i
client 0: 'System' [type=kernel]
0 'Timer   '
1 'Announce'
client 14: 'Midi Through' [type=kernel]
0 'Midi Through Port-0'
client 20: 'E-MU XMidi1X1' [type=kernel,card=1]
0 'E-MU XMidi1X1 MIDI 1'
client 128: 'rosegarden' [type=user,pid=9511]
1 'sync out'
2 'external controller'
3 'out 1 - General MIDI Device'


When "Automatically connect sync output to all devices in use" is checked, 
aconnect -l shows "sync out" and "out 1" connected to the MIDI device "E-MU 
XMidi1X1":

$ aconnect -l
client 0: 'System' [type=kernel]
0 'Timer   '
1 'Announce'
Connecting To: 128:0
client 14: 'Midi Through' [type=kernel]
0 'Midi Through Port-0'
client 20: 'E-MU XMidi1X1' [type=kernel,card=1]
0 'E-MU XMidi1X1 MIDI 1'
Connecting To: 128:0
Connected From: 128:3, 128:1
client 128: 'rosegarden' [type=user,pid=9511]
0 'record in   '
Connected From: 0:1, 20:0
1 'sync out'
Connecting To: 20:0
2 'external controller'
3 'out 1 - General MIDI Device'
Connecting To: 20:0

When I start the Rosegarden transport (the play button) without any 
composition loaded (ie no note sent to the output) the clock is sent to the E-
MU XMidi1X1 and I see its "out" LED blinking fastly.

Yves



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Re: [Rosegarden-user] Xruns on close

2017-02-09 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le lundi 6 février 2017, 13:12:36 D. Michael McIntyre a écrit :
> 
> Anyway Will, I will definitely agree with you that looking at this crap
> every time I close Rosegarden is getting on my nerves too:
> 
> terminate called after throwing an instance of
> 'Jack::JackTemporaryException'
>what():

Some destructors was never called when exiting RG.
Consequently, the jack client was not closed cleanly.

This should be fixed in rev. 14981.

I was unable to get reproducible xruns. So I dont' know if they are fixed.

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] Desparately in need of urgent help!

2016-11-22 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le mardi 22 novembre 2016, 16:00:25 Ted Felix a écrit :
> On 11/22/2016 08:37 AM, Etienne Snyman wrote:
> > However, at the moment, it is giving me immense, crippling problems with
> > Midi export.
> 
>I've opened a bug report, "#1540 MIDI Export Issues":
> 
> https://sourceforge.net/p/rosegarden/bugs/1540/
> 
>It appears that the problem is introduced in 14.02.  If you can
> build/run 13.06, that would be a quick workaround for you for now.
> 

An other possible workaround (needs testing) would be to remove all the midi 
controller 121 at the beginning of segments (mainly on tracks "String Lead" 
and "Glockenspiel" of your example).

Yves


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Re: [Rosegarden-user] When inserting notes with keyboard in matrix editor, they are not played by Rosegarden

2016-11-02 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le mercredi 2 novembre 2016, 18:13:58 Marko Randjelovic a écrit :
> How can I get the patch?
> 

svn diff -r 14782:14783 
https://svn.code.sf.net/p/rosegarden/code/trunk/rosegarden > patch

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] When inserting notes with keyboard in matrix editor, they are not played by Rosegarden

2016-11-02 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le mardi 1 novembre 2016, 22:58:52 Yves Guillemot a écrit :
> Le mardi 1 novembre 2016, 19:17:52 Marko Randjelovic a écrit :
> > When I am in matrix editor and when note input mode is activated, when I
> > press keys on my computer keyboard, corresponding notes are inserted into
> > the sheet but no sound is played, although when doing the same with my
> > mouse, instrument set up for that truck is played at inputted pitch.
> 
> I confirm this issue with the matrix editor (while this problem doesn't
> exist in the notation editor).
> 

It should now be fixed in SVN (rev. 14783).

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] When inserting notes with keyboard in matrix editor, they are not played by Rosegarden

2016-11-01 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le mardi 1 novembre 2016, 19:17:52 Marko Randjelovic a écrit :
> When I am in matrix editor and when note input mode is activated, when I
> press keys on my computer keyboard, corresponding notes are inserted into
> the sheet but no sound is played, although when doing the same with my
> mouse, instrument set up for that truck is played at inputted pitch.

I confirm this issue with the matrix editor (while this problem doesn't exist 
in the notation editor).

>From my point of view, it should be trivial to patch this,
I agree it should be the case.

I'll open a ticket.

Thanks for reporting this bug.

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] Play function doesn't work anymore

2016-10-22 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le samedi 22 octobre 2016, 15:25:46 Abrolag a écrit :
> I can't see it being an ALSA issue if the soundcard timer works OK.
> 
> A quick search online reveals that there have been changes in the kernel
> timers, and there may be an outstanding bug.

I said this only because I think RG is interfaced to the synth through the 
ALSA seq, but I really don't know where is the bug.

> Personally I'm sticking with 4.6.4 as this is the last one debian supplied
> with an RT alternative (and I'm too lazy to recompile it myself).

I compiled this new kernel only to reproduce the Fernando's problem.
It takes some time to compile, but only needs to type a few commands.

I usually keep the kernels supplied with my distro. They are older, but they 
do the job and are already debugged.

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] Play function doesn't work anymore

2016-10-22 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le samedi 22 octobre 2016, 10:02:10 Fernando A. Martin a écrit :
> I'm using rosegarden + alsa + timidity. I tried all the PCM... options and
> the cursor moves during playback but no sound is played (except the first
> note of the measure where the cursor was when I hit play).
> So the PCM... options solve the issue that the cursor doesn't move during
> playback but create another that is the issue that the cursor moves but no
> sound is played.

I confirm the issue with kernel 4.8.3.
Notes are played while entered in the notation editor, but there is no more 
sound while playing the composition.

This is noticeable using timidity, fluidsynth or even an external h/w midi 
synth.

I presume this is coming from some change in the alsa sequencer.

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] Play function doesn't work anymore

2016-10-22 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le vendredi 21 octobre 2016, 22:09:21 Fernando A. Martin a écrit :
> Some minutes after writing this message I recalled that recently I updated
> my linux kernel to 4.8.3. Then I removed kernel 4.8.3 and went back to
> kernel 4.7.5. Now Rosegarden is able to play correctly again.
> It's nice to have things working again but it seems that something in the
> newest linux kernels are breaking the play function of rosegarden. Can
> anyone else test this?

My distro is currently only using kernel 4.4.26.
I compiled 4.8.3 from source and just boot it without modifying anything else.

I confirm that play doesn't work with timer -> "(auto)" which defaults to 
"system timer".

I tried timer -> "HR timer" which freezed the whole system.

Then timer -> "PCM playback 0-0-0" which works.


> If it's true, can developers do something to make
> rosegarden play function work with new linux kernels?

This will become necessary when this kernel version will spread.
I currently don't have any clue as up to now I never looked at the timer 
implementation.


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Re: [Rosegarden-user] among 19 tracks rosegarden leaves randomly some without sound

2016-09-01 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le mercredi 31 août 2016, 19:46:19 Ted Felix a écrit :
>Please do.  Be sure to include a sample file.  I have a feeling
> you've found a case I missed.
> 

Done: Tickets #1534 and #1533.
I included a recipe to create a sample file and BTW I found what looks like 
another bug.

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] among 19 tracks rosegarden leaves randomly some without sound

2016-08-25 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le lundi 22 août 2016, 14:42:05 Mario Gummies a écrit :
> - is there a way you can prove all 24 instruments do noise all together, and
> not that it seems only like that? Could you take my example midi file of
> the initial post, so I could verify and learn from it?

I downloaded the midi file and discovered that only 11 voices are needed.
So it almost works out of the box with any MIDI synthetizer.
I'll try to explain it below.

> - is there a way to
> document the doings of the configurations: command line scripting would be
> ideal for communication imho, because of its secondary use of being able to
> be read by third communicated?

Unfortunately there is currently no scripting language embedded in RG.

> - so given us poor set out to a overall
> great ui world: could you sketch the dialog lead, by screen shots or a
> pointer to a tutorial?
 
You can find some documentation in RG Wiki, but it's frequently outdated or 
incomplete.
http://rosegardenmusic.com/wiki/doc:manual-en#devices_instruments_and_connections



Step 1 - How to set up (I presume timidity is already working):

- Start RG, then load the midi file:
   File -> Import -> Import MIDI File...

- Open the MIDI devices manager dialog:
   Studio -> Manage MIDI Devices

- Connect the General Midi Device to a Timidity input:
   1 - Click on "General Midi Device" in the upper left box to select it 
(well, it should already be selected as it should be the only one device in 
this window).
   2 - Click on a Timidity input in the upper right box.

You should see something like that: 
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5R8K4qNasR0X3YwMXBvR0JrR0k/view?usp=sharing

The "General MIDI Device" device is now connected to a timidity port.

- Close the Midi Devices manager dialog.

- The setup is finish and you can press the play button to hear the midi file.



Step 2 - How the MIDI instruments (or "programs") are mapped to the 
tracks:

Here is a snapshot of the main window:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5R8K4qNasR0OTU3S0wzNngyZVk/view?usp=sharing

and a diagram showing the relations between devices, instruments, banks and 
programs:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5R8K4qNasR0RlVHa0F4bFBOZ00/view?usp=sharing

To click on the name in front of a track in the main window selects this 
track.
Once the track is selected, we can see the associated Midi device (here 
"General MIDI Device") in the Track Parameters box.
The instrument name and its number are visible under the Midi device name.
The instruments in the same MIDI device can't be more than 16.

This instrument is an element in the list of the instruments used in the 
composition.

The bank and program in the Instrument Parameters box show what sound this 
logical instrument gives. In the main window snapshot, the track #6 is using 
the program "Piccolo" which has  number 73 in the "General MIDI" bank.

Successively looking all the tracks, we see that:
   - Track 1 is not used
   - Tracks 2 and 3 have the same instruments (75. Recorder)
   - Tracks 4 and 5 have the same instrument (70. English Horn)
   - Tracks 6 and 7 have the same instrument (73. Piccolo)
etc...

Eventually, instruments beeing shared between tracks, there are 19 tracks, but 
only 11 instruments used.
As 11 < 16, only one MIDI device is needed (and using more than one Timidity 
port is unnecessary here).


Here there is something weird: Why is GM Recorder used in place of flute ?
Why English Horn in place of oboe ? Why Piccolo in place of clarinet ? etc...

This looks like a bug somewhere:
   Recorder is #75 in GM and Flute is #74
   English Horn is #70 in GM and Oboe is #69
   Piccolo is #73 in GM and Clarinet is #72
   etc... : The N+1 GM instrument is always used in place of the N.

To fix this, you have to select successively each track, then, in the 
Instrument parameter box, to use the Program dropdown to select the correct 
instrument.



Step 3 - Why, in your screenshot, is there sometimes no vu-meter visible on 
some tracks at a place where this track is making sound ?

Some similar thing is easy to notice looking tracks 10 and 11 (the horns) 
while playing bars 84 to 91.

I didn't look at the code and I don't have a certitude, but I presume that 
there is a level treshold under which the track number is displayed rather 
than the vu-meter.
So when a track is playing with a very low level no vu-meter is
displayed.

An easy way to know if a track is making sound is to mute all the other tracks 
(clicking on the blue "LED button" near each track number).
The last RG release provides a solo button (a third "LED" in front of each 
track) which make this even simpler.



 Step 4 - Just for the completeness, here is the example I create to have 24 
different instruments with Timidity. It works, but is not necessary for the 
Beethoven example.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5R8K4qNasR0dGZhdkRXZGRuTEk/view?usp=sharing

To set it up:

- Open the MIDI devices manager dialog:
   Studio -> Manage MIDI Devices

- Create a second 

Re: [Rosegarden-user] among 19 tracks rosegarden leaves randomly some without sound

2016-08-21 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le dimanche 21 août 2016, 17:52:35 Mario Gummies a écrit :
> 
> I tried to launch to instances of timitdity issuing the command
> line timidity -iA -Oj -B2,8 &
>  twice, with no positive effect. Is that really the last word for timitdity:
> 16 instruments out?

Timidity starts a default of 4 ports and each port behaves like an instance.
So there is no need to start timidity twice.

In Rosegarden, the ports are visible in the midi devices manager in the studio 
(here I see "129:0 Timidity port 0", "129:1 Timidity port 1", etc...) and the 
GM bank can be loaded in each of them.

Now, in the "track parameters box", one "device" and one "instrument" can be 
assigned to each track.
The "device" is the timidity port and the "instrument" the midi channel.
When the 16 channels of the first device are used, the second device can be 
used with the following tracks.

Then, in the "instrument parameters box", a "bank" and a "program" can be 
associated to each track (a different program for each track).

I just tried it, using timidity, with 24 midi tracks and 24 different 
instruments (i.e. programs) and it works.

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] New(ish) lock feature.

2016-06-26 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le dimanche 26 juin 2016, 11:46:05 D. Michael McIntyre a écrit :
> On 06/26/2016 06:44 AM, Yves Guillemot wrote:
> > If there is only one user on this computer and if the RG files are stored
> > on a local file system it should be a safe workaround to add in
> > .bash_profile something like:
> > find ~ -name ".~lock.*.rg#" | xargs rm -f
> 
> I have an ancient laptop at my drum kit that I use to ssh -X into my
> main box from across the room.  I can have the same .rg file open on the
> same filesystem on the same computer as the same user.

In such a case there are two users, one on the main computer and one on the 
laptop, even if they share the same user-id (and even if they are the same 
person) and you are right, the lockfile should not be blindly removed at login.

> A handy ignore button is probably the most reasonable thing to offer so
> users can deal with the issue with minimal irritation.  Maybe a smart
> ignore button that at least checks for likely suspects before presenting
> itself.  Is this the only instance?  Is this a local only filesystem?
> Yes and yes?  Show ignore button.
> 

Probably a good solution.

Some times ago I was so bothered by the lockfile while trying to fix a crash 
that I made a bash alias from the above command to be able to quickly clear 
the lock.


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Re: [Rosegarden-user] New(ish) lock feature.

2016-06-26 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le vendredi 24 juin 2016, 13:11:44 Abrolag a écrit :
> If I have to shut down the computer quickly I've been in the habit, of just
> hitting the 'Shutdown' icon on my desktop. This however, leaves a lock in
> place.

Le vendredi 24 juin 2016, 17:46:34 D. Michael McIntyre a écrit :
> On 06/24/2016 12:53 PM, Ted Felix wrote:
> > Might be a good criteria for offering an "ignore" button to clear it
> > 
> > out easily.
> 
> In theory, I feel it defeats the purpose, since it's too easy to ignore
> the situation.  Boy who cried wolf and all that.  Ignore, ignore, oops.
> 

If there is only one user on this computer and if the RG files are stored on a 
local file system it should be a safe workaround to add in .bash_profile 
something like: 
find ~ -name ".~lock.*.rg#" | xargs rm -f

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] File Locking

2016-04-12 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le mardi 12 avril 2016, 08:57:35 D. Michael McIntyre a écrit :
> I finally figured out what this is missing.  The file location text
> needs to be in some kind of selectable area, so you can grab the text
> straight out of the dialog.  Navigating to the file based on the
> contents of some pixels on the screen in a dialog is obnoxious when you
> have to clear a lock file after a crash.
> 

Why not a button to clear the lock ?

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] File Locking

2016-04-06 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le mardi 5 avril 2016, 21:56:48 Ted Felix a écrit : 
>This should be fixed as of [r14586].

Works fine here.
 
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Re: [Rosegarden-user] File Locking

2016-04-06 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le mercredi 6 avril 2016, 06:02:18 D. Michael McIntyre a écrit :
> On 04/05/2016 10:54 PM, Ted Felix wrote:
> > I'm testing with diacritics in Ubuntu with no trouble.  The lock file
> > 
> > name in the message box matches the lock filename exactly.  No UTF-8
> > garbage.  Is this a distro-related problem?  Or am I testing with the
> > 
> > wrong diacritics?  My test file is named:
> > test-dīácrítícs.rg
> 
> Same result here.  I tried a bunch of random weird stuff.  I can prevent
> Rosegarden from being able to load a file by changing its encoding to
> something awful, but everything else I tried just works.
> 
> Could be locale- and/or filesystem-related.

It is locale related.

My distro (Mageia 5) offered two options for locales:
   - The default mode where filenames are encoded with UTF8 
   - The "Compatibility with old encoding" mode where filenames are encoded 
with ASCII or ISO-something.

In the first mode, my locale is LANG=fr_FR.UTF-8.
In the second mode it is LANG=fr_FR.

Filenames may contain diacritics in the two modes, but utf8 garbages are only 
found with the first one.

The problem should be fixed in rev. 14587.

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] build error in SVN revision 14578

2016-04-02 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le samedi 2 avril 2016, 23:00:57 Mario Moles a écrit :
> rosegarden/src/gui/dialogs/KeySignatureDialog.cpp:444:9: error: ‘cerr’
> is not a member of ‘std’
>  std::cerr << s.getMessage() << std::endl;
>  ^


Thanks Mario.
Should be fixed in rev. 14580.

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] File Locking

2016-03-31 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le jeudi 31 mars 2016, 16:00:12 Ted Felix a écrit :
> 
>How about this:
> 
> "Could not lock file.  Another user or instance of Rosegarden may
> already be editing this file.  If you are sure no one else is editing
> this file, delete the lock file and try again."
> 

Seems very good to me.

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] File Locking

2016-03-31 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le jeudi 31 mars 2016, 15:53:23 Ted Felix a écrit :
> On 03/31/2016 09:45 AM, Yves Guillemot wrote:
> > the displayed lock file name when the .rg file uses non ASCII characters
> > (I did the first test with a file name containing a diacritic).
> 
>OK, I figured somebody would find something like this.  Is there
> something we can do about this?

Usually QString::fromStdString() does the conversion.

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] File Locking

2016-03-31 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le mercredi 30 mars 2016, 23:03:12 Ted Felix a écrit :
>Just finished implementing file locking (see bug #1510) to prevent
> having a file open in two instances of rg.  I would appreciate any
> testing anyone can do.

>The obvious test case to see the new behavior is to launch rg twice
> and try to open the same file with each instance.

I first tried the obvious case:

 - Open a file in a first RG instance
 - Try to open the same file from an other RG instance
 => Can't open the file in the new instance: a popup with a "could not lock 
file" message is displayed.

 - Close the file in the first RG instance
 - Try again to open the file in the second instance
 => file is normally opened.

 - Kill the second instance (Ctrl-C)
 - Try to open the file in the first instance
 => Can't open the file, the popup is displayed.

 - rm the lock file (whose name is given in the popup)
 - Try again to open the file in the first instance
 => file is normally opened.

 - Create a new RG instance 
 - Try to open the same file from this new instance
 => Can't open the file, the popup is displayed.


Then I tried a less obvious case:

 - Create a new composition in RG and save it in a file. Keep RG open.
 - Create again a new composition in another RG instance
 - Try to save the last composition in the same file as fhe first one. 
 => Can't save the file, the popup is displayed.

 - Try again the same save operation
 => no more popup.

There is now two RG instances able to write alternatively in the same file.


So, except this last problem, it works fine here.

There is a small issue (repeatedly occurring with RG) about UTF8 garbage in 
the displayed lock file name when the .rg file uses non ASCII characters (I did 
the first test with a file name containing a diacritic).

An other (very) small problem is the "Could not lock file" message which may be 
unclear for some users. 
An improvment should be to add in the popup a first sentence explaining that 
two different RG instances try to access the same file.

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] From Rosegarden to Lilypond: some issues

2016-01-14 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le jeudi 14 janvier 2016, 21:24:48 Leszek Wroński a écrit :
> 
> apart from the fact that the first note in the BC is yellow(?). I decided
> to forget about that.

The yellow note in RG tells that two notes are in the place.
You can move one of these notes away with the mouse then delete it.

> 
> Please notice a curious double note right at the start of the BC staff.
That's the Lilypond translation of RG's yellow note.

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] Q. Copy/Paste from other file

2012-05-13 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le dimanche 13 mai 2012 à 10:25:33, Oleksiy Lukin a écrit :
Copy/Paste works only for one instance of RG. But I want to steal some
part of one composition and paste it in other. Is it possible with RG?

Copy/paste between two RG instances doesn't work currently, but you can easily 
import a whole composition into another with File - Merge - Merge File... 
menu.

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] Linked-copy segments don't work with lyrics in lilypond

2012-04-15 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le dimanche 15 avril 2012 à 18:31:47, John O'Hagan a écrit :
One outstanding improvement is the linked-copy feature, and its ability to
create repeats with alternate endings in the score.

But it has one little problem I haven't seen mentioned yet: if linked
segments contain lyrics, the lilypond print only shows a single copy: no
repeats, no endings or other segments, even if they are selected for
printing. With chords and other text, linked copies print fine.

Yes, that's a bug. Thanks to have reported it John.

Currently, the only way to print lyrics is to uncheck  Use repeat when 
possible in the LiyPond dialog. 

Even without this bug, LilyPond would not have printed the lyrics correctly. 
The alternate ending processing is an unfinished work and nothing has still 
been done about lyrics in this context.

I will try to fix it ASAP, but I'm afraid I will not find any time to work on 
it 
before July.

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] Lily-export problem.

2011-11-26 Thread Yves Guillemot
Le samedi 26 novembre 2011 à 11:39:53, D. Michael McIntyre a écrit :
On Friday, November 25, 2011, Mario Moles wrote:
 I use rosegarden svn-version: 12708 on Mandriva-Rosa 2011.0.
 In the my rg file attachment after lilypond export the track3 is track4
 and track4 is track3. Why?

This looks like it is most likely some flaw in all that new code Yves put
together recently.  I don't remember what the iterate by track stuff used to
look like, but when I dig around in that area now, it appears that all of
this is new code.

Sorry for that.
I knew something like that may occur but I totally forgot to test it.

It should now be fixed in rev. 12709.

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