Re: [Rosegarden-user] Crucial: Help needed with Rosegarden Crashing:

2020-08-11 Thread ram
Hi guys, I totally agree with what Mr. Jones has said. It works for me too. Been doing that since early days decades ago. Stay safe all. Best regards, Rich > > > Hey, Michael! Long time no hear but yeah 80 hour weeks are killers... > > Ideas for our original poster to possibly produce an

Re: [Rosegarden-user] Rosegarden App Icon

2020-05-22 Thread ram
I like option 1 best. If the stem was bent differently then it could look like clef, which would then suggest music. Stay safe, and best regards, Rich > On 5/22/20 3:02 PM, Ted Felix wrote: >> Just posted some new ideas for the rosegarden app icon on the wiki. Head over to the logo page and

Re: [Rosegarden-user] Rosegarden App Icon

2020-05-22 Thread ram
I like option 1 best. If the stem was bent differently then it could look like clef, which would then suggest music. Stay safe, and best regards, Rich > On 5/22/20 3:02 PM, Ted Felix wrote: >> Just posted some new ideas for the rosegarden app icon on the wiki. >> Head over to the logo page

Re: [Rosegarden-user] Rosegarden still to 'aggressive' in sending Bank and Program changes?

2020-05-17 Thread ram
Hi Ted, I'd like to do that but the Sourceforge platform will not let me register or login -- it is seriously unfriendly, at least to this Linux user. > On 5/17/20 7:46 AM, r...@hydrophones.com wrote: >> I agree. > >Lorenzo will be opening a feature request for this. Be sure to vote > for

Re: [Rosegarden-user] Rosegarden still to 'aggressive' in sending Bank and Program changes?

2020-05-17 Thread ram
I agree. > Rosegarden sends a Bank selection (CC 0 + CC 32) and Program change > every single time playback starts from the beginning (i.e. measure 1, > and this includes if you are looping with a measure which includes > measure 1). > > This _can_ be disabled by deselecting Bank and Program

Re: [Rosegarden-user] JACK MIDI... Why?

2020-03-22 Thread ram
Hi Ted, et. al. JACK MIDI is essential for "talking" to wide range of software synthesisers, e.g. the Bristol package (http://bristol.sourceforge.net/). There are work arounds to its absence, such as a2jmidid (https://github.com/linuxaudio/a2jmidid/), but those are a pain to use and are very

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

2020-03-13 Thread ram
Yeah, I do something similar. I record the raw audio tracks with Rosegarden and then when I have all the tracks (and then some), I pull them into Audacity for editing, mixing, and processing. Outputs are usually stereo, 5.1, and 7.1 flac files to be merged with video. I use a Linux cluster and

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

2020-03-13 Thread ram
Hi all, Just my two cents. We use Rosegarden regularly for the creation of video, game, and museum display, soundtracks. We don't use LV2 plugins, and very seldom use any plugins at all. I, personally, would prefer if Rosegarden interfaced better with Jack/MIDI and the like as most of the

Re: [Rosegarden-user] ROSEGARDEN 19.12, codename "Yesterday" RELEASED

2019-12-14 Thread ram
Hi all, This is great news. Hopefully I get to try it. Busy right now fighting fires (literally) in the Blue Mountains of NSW Australia. Wishing all of you the best. Regards, Rich Marschall > The Rosegarden team is proud to announce the release of version 19.12 > of Rosegarden, a MIDI

Re: [Rosegarden-user] New Rosegarden Logo

2019-03-24 Thread ram
I like the artistic direction this is heading. > On Sat, 23 Mar 2019 15:03:08 -1000 > david wrote: > >>On 3/23/19 1:51 PM, D. Michael McIntyre wrote: >>> Speaking of the redesign, are you planning to go in a different >>> direction with the splash screen?  I tried to do a new one for every

Re: [Rosegarden-user] New Rosegarden Logo

2019-03-16 Thread ram
Hi all, I'd like to see what David W. Jones comes up with. Traditionally "old" but "new" probably would be the way to go. Rich > On 3/15/19 4:24 AM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote: >> On 15/03/19 14:40, Ted Felix wrote: >>> On 3/14/19 3:40 AM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote: Looks good... I guess a

Re: [Rosegarden-user] New Rosegarden Logo

2019-03-15 Thread ram
> On 3/14/19 3:40 AM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote: >> Looks good... I guess a 'square' concept, i.e. without the text which >> would be used for icons etc. would be useful ;) > >I was thinking that too. Not sure the "g" should be so prominent. > However... Elephant! > >> About the colour..

[Rosegarden-user] I for one like it!

2019-03-05 Thread ram
> I've raised the bar on what constitutes my chef d'oeuvre. I put this > together after the guy who got me into computer music back in the '80s > gave his brain the old lead swirlie. Damn, I hate it that he killed > himself, but, uh, thanks for the inspiration? He was a far better > musician,

Re: [Rosegarden-user] Jack freewheel and jack-midi and general thoughts

2019-02-23 Thread ram
Hi guys, I agree, JACK-MIDI would be more immediately useful that some other features. Right now, I use that JACK-ALSA bridge program to gain that bit of extra functionality, but that is a bit awkward and kludgey. Rich Marschall > On 2/23/19 2:27 PM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote: >> So the the

Re: [Rosegarden-user] Video editing on Linux

2016-08-16 Thread ram
Lorenzo Sutton wrote: > > Once upon a time I really got into cinelerra, then it got harder and > harder to compile it as well as to import/export so I moved to kdenlive > (with a bit of Openshot here and there). The nice thing about kdelive is > that it seems to 'just' work (the drawback is that

[Rosegarden-user] Video editing on Linux

2016-08-14 Thread ram
Hi Michael, With respect to: > After trying to edit my video on Linux, I have concluded it is time to > move this project to Windows. Video editors for Linux are either not > sophisticated enough or too sophisticated, and there is nothing in the > middle ground. > Try Cinelerra

Re: [Rosegarden-user] Import extra MIDI tracks into an existing Rosegarden composition

2016-04-30 Thread ram
> Hi Guys, > > I have an existing composition in Rosegarden. I've created a few other > parts in other software that now exist as MIDI files. How do I import > those tracks (as extra tracks) into the existing composition in > Rosegarden? > > I know I could brute force it by playing the new MIDI

[Rosegarden-user] Import extra MIDI tracks into an existing Rosegarden composition

2016-04-29 Thread ram
Hi Guys, I have an existing composition in Rosegarden. I've created a few other parts in other software that now exist as MIDI files. How do I import those tracks (as extra tracks) into the existing composition in Rosegarden? I know I could brute force it by playing the new MIDI material on

Re: [Rosegarden-user] BPM: Rosegarden vs. Hydrogen

2016-04-18 Thread ram
MIDI synth to be played by RoseGarden, at least when using Jack/NetJack. I do this all the time. For larger percussion sections I find it easier to use RoseGarden for the sequencing than Hydrogen's native interface. RAM --

Re: [Rosegarden-user] Humanizing MIDI tracks

2016-04-14 Thread ram
With respect to all the issues with respect to notation, compositional aids, humanized tracks, etc: I kinda hate to bring it up, but perhaps the RoseGarden developers should take a look at another Open Source project --- Impro-Visor and "lift a whole bunch of tools out of it. As computers

Re: [Rosegarden-user] Ugly notation formatting

2016-04-11 Thread ram
> On Apr 10, 2016 23:07, Silas Mortimer wrote: >> >> On Sun, Apr 10, 2016 at 5:46 AM, chuck elliot >> wrote: >> > Actually there are devices that do this. I have a Roland GI 10 >> > guitar/midi interface which is basically a real time pitch

Re: [Rosegarden-user] Humanizing MIDI tracks

2016-03-27 Thread ram
> > On 25.03.2016 09:00, r...@hydrophones.com wrote: >> The "interpret" function under the notation editor in the menu "adjust" >> probably will do what you want, at least if you want your piece to sound >> like it was played by human orchestral professionals. > > No, I am afraid that will not be

Re: [Rosegarden-user] Humanizing MIDI tracks

2016-03-25 Thread ram
The "interpret" function under the notation editor in the menu "adjust" probably will do what you want, at least if you want your piece to sound like it was played by human orchestral professionals. If you want something more "amateur" that can also be achieved but by using an appropriate

[Rosegarden-user] Repeat segments, ideally in bulk

2016-03-03 Thread ram
Hi all, I'm using Rosegarden "Peace", Version 15.12, Qt version 4.6.3, Build key 2a2e61f9e6. I want to take a short multibar composition and repeat it a few times so that I can go back in an introduce variations but keep the drums and bassline for a while. I used to do this with an old version

Re: [Rosegarden-user] problem with basic functionality (tracks, instruments, ZynAddSubFX connection)

2016-01-09 Thread ram
> On Sat, 9 Jan 2016, Leszek Wroński wrote: > >> *BONUS QUESTION* >> Now, this will probably be idiotic, but I need to ask this. Can I >> somehow >> just play General MIDI instruments? Is this done by Timidity? I fired it >> up >> but it doesn't show in the 'Audio' menu of Jack, so I can't tell

[Rosegarden-user] RoseGarden with Plug-Ins -- fewer dungleflungies

2015-11-29 Thread ram
> D. Michael McIntyre wrote: > > > I finally broke down and was going to use Ardour for some task. It > refused to run in my environment. The environment I use to develop > Rosegarden isn't good enough to run Ardour, because some of my > dungleflungies were not prescribulated. > > If you want a

[Rosegarden-user] RoseGarden with Plug-Ins -- stability

2015-11-28 Thread ram
Hi guys, The stability of RoseGarden with its plug-ins is pretty good. The following was recently done using only RoseGarden plug-ins (on Debian Squeeze): ftp://www.hydrophones.com/Mozart-K488--88p2kHz.flac It is almost a half hour long and beat the living daylights out of the plug-in

Re: [Rosegarden-user] How should I use RoseGarden

2015-09-17 Thread ram
Hi Anton, My friends and I use Rosegarden with JACK and pretty much forget about the plugins. We use a combination of external hardware synths and soft synths. Fluidsynth with soundfonts remains popular (the website http://wowsia.com provides an almost endless supply, I think they have over a

Re: [Rosegarden-user] RG 14.12

2015-06-18 Thread ram
it looks, and it eats vast amounts of time. -- Hey! With a plot like that we could make an OPERA, and use RoseGarden to do it ;-D ram -- ___ Rosegarden-user mailing list

Re: [Rosegarden-user] An oddity!

2015-06-17 Thread ram
creation application. I fully agree: Long live RoseGarden! RAM -- ___ Rosegarden-user mailing list Rosegarden-user@lists.sourceforge.net - use the link below to unsubscribe

Re: [Rosegarden-user] snd-rtctimer

2014-07-14 Thread ram
On Sat, 12 Jul 2014, German wrote: Hello list. Just installed Rosegarden. However when I start it, it says: Rosegarden was unable to find a high-resolution timing source for MIDI performance. It then advice me to load the module, modeprobe snd-rtctimer. However I don't have such a module on

Re: [Rosegarden-user] snd-rtctimer

2014-07-12 Thread ram
a sequencing an entire orchestra it might, perhaps, just maybe ;-) ram -- ___ Rosegarden-user mailing list Rosegarden-user@lists.sourceforge.net - use the link below

Re: [Rosegarden-user] Rosegarden friendly distros

2013-02-25 Thread ram
On Mon, Feb 25, 2013 at 9:13 AM, David Tisdell david.tisd...@gmail.com wrote: I have tried Ubuntustudio before but have had lots of issues with networking. Seems like there are few if any network drivers enabled in the Ubuntustudio Kernel. This is why I installed straight Ubuntu and added

Re: [Rosegarden-user] Encouragement

2013-01-27 Thread ram
On 26/01/13 19:35, Holger Marzen wrote: On Sat, 26 Jan 2013, Abrolag wrote: [...] I encounter that's made with Rosegarden or other Open Source Software avoids instruments that need exact timings. Sure it's so general? Isn't this doable by setting JACK latency low? I thinking of