On 4/12/20 6:27 PM, Ray Klassen wrote: notes to do anything to it. Am I using quantization wrong? Do I have a skewed idea of what it's for? Any help on this? No, that's pretty much it. When the tool fails, enter it by hand. I might be able to do a little better. I'm out of practice, but I did
On 4/14/20 7:09 AM, Juan Carlos Pineda Arredondo wrote: Here they are .rgd files available for anyone interested: Thanks. I've created a patch in the tracker and added these. We will add them to the next delivery of rg (20.06). https://sourceforge.net/p/rosegarden/patches/71/ Ted.
Very cool adding Zynaddsubfx! Great work! Justin A.K.A Demonic Sweaterswww.demonicsweaters.com youtube.com/demonicsweatersanthillrecordings.bandcamp.comSkype: justin.robert87Discord: demonicsweaters#6261 From: Juan Carlos Pineda ArredondoSent: Tuesday, April 14, 2020 8:19 AMTo:
@devs, do the quantization algos perhaps need revisiting? Should we add a new one that behaves more aggressively in some way? On Tue, Apr 14, 2020 at 4:05 AM D. Michael McIntyre < rosegarden.trumpe...@gmail.com> wrote: > On 4/12/20 6:27 PM, Ray Klassen wrote: > > notes to do anything to it. Am
Hello, I use Rosegarden with two synthesizers that I didn't found any .rgd file for them: - Roland D5 (80s vintage synthesizer). - ZynAddSubFX v3.0.3 (software synthesizer). To work easily, I have prepared and tested a Rosegarden device file for each one. Here they are .rgd files available for
I should that I'm a fairly indifferent keyboardist. I have to do multiple takes of a phrase to get it consistent. But rosegarden high resolution recording makes it that much harder. I'm just not intending to play 32th note value rests or double dotted sixteenth notes. Just trying to enter what's