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

2015-09-18 Thread Anton Curl
Thanks for your reply. This is really interesting, and the result is quite good. I take a note of that for later. But currently, I use Rosegarden for composing more that recording, and I'd like something more ambulant and working offline on a single machine. However, I've a question. When you

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

2015-09-18 Thread Lorenzo Sutton
Hi, I'll try to share some info/experience. On 17/09/2015 20:16, Anton Curl wrote: > Here is my situation: > - I'd like to use multiple soundfonts in multiple formats: sf2, gig and sfz AFAIK situation on linux is: - sf2: fluidsynth and derivates (qsynth, fluidsynth dssi), linuxsampler (not

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

2015-09-18 Thread Anton Curl
On 18/09/2015 09:58, Lorenzo Sutton wrote: > Hi, > > I'll try to share some info/experience. > > On 17/09/2015 20:16, Anton Curl wrote: > >> Here is my situation: >> - I'd like to use multiple soundfonts in multiple formats: sf2, gig and sfz > AFAIK situation on linux is: > - sf2: fluidsynth and

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

2015-09-18 Thread Alexandre DENIS
On Fri, 18 Sep 2015 09:58:54 +0200 Lorenzo Sutton wrote: > - sf2: fluidsynth and derivates (qsynth, fluidsynth dssi), > linuxsampler (not very good for sf2 IMHO), Carla? Carla uses fluidsynth engine. -a. pgp0NRTEGhWuO.pgp Description: OpenPGP digital signature

[Rosegarden-user] How should I use RoseGarden

2015-09-17 Thread Anton Curl
Hi everyone! I've been using RoseGarden for several monthes, but I still can't find how to use it the most effectively. Here is my situation: - I'd like to use multiple soundfonts in multiple formats: sf2, gig and sfz - Sometimes, I have several banks for one instrument. For instance a guitar

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