Herman Robak wrote:
Is there a collection of permissively licensed example/demo .rg files on
Thought this might be of interest in the context of this question - this
is such non-mainstream that it will hopefully not be considered spam :) -
The piano part for my piece
D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
On Friday, July 01, 2011, Alexandre Reche e Silva wrote:
2. In Rosegarden, MIDI Recording Receives its data from 130:1 Hydrogen
Alexandre: Can you get this (hydrogen ALSA midi output) to work with
other ALSA midi-input software (e.g. even
I can't seem to add a pitch bend ruler in the matrix view if the device
for the track is a Synth. If it is the general midi I can. The
workaround is to select general midi, re-open the matrix editor and, add
the pitch bend ruler, re-set to Synth.
Is this known?
Using 11.06 on debian
On 22/10/2011 19:51, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
On Saturday, October 22, 2011, Thorben Dahl wrote:
Hello! I'm experiencing what I think is a bug, but what are your thoughts?
When I export a MIDI file in Rosegarden, none of my ramped tempo changes
act as ramped, instead acting as fixed tempo
On 05/11/11 05:48, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
== ROSEGARDEN 11.11, codename Edelweiss RELEASED ==
Thank you all! Eager to try it out.
The Rosegarden team is proud to announce the release of version 11.11 of
Rosegarden, an audio and MIDI sequencer and musical notation editor
On 15/01/12 19:25, tim true wrote:
A couple of my tunes keep opening with timidity, which I do not have
installed (because it sucks)... instead I have been using fluidsynth
via Qsynth, and the pieces which open with that sound great. How do I
get these other tunes to use the right soft
This is on version 11.11.42
The pitch bend ruler in matrix view seems heavily broken. Placing a
point at position in time it gets placed in randomly different places,
deleting points is not awlays possible and doing it erratically deletes
notes, as well as screwing up the undo sistem (i.e. you
On 07/02/12 20:04, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
On Tuesday, February 07, 2012, Brett McCoy wrote:
The pitch bend ruler in matrix view seems heavily broken. Placing a
point at position in time it gets placed in randomly different places,
deleting points is not awlays possible and doing it
I'm pretty sure there was a way to insert and manipulate Ped. and *
marks in the notation editor view which would automatically be
translated to controller 64 messages, but in 11.11.42 I can't figure out
how to do it.
There is the the controller ruler but it seems very broken in both
On 21/04/12 11:43, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
On Friday, April 20, 2012, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
There is the the controller ruler but it seems very broken
Indeed, I forgot all about how I was supposed to go back to the video and try
to reproduce it for myself.
I don't have time right now
On 14/05/12 23:03, Chris Cannam wrote:
On 13 May 2012 23:56, Cláudio Pinheirotaup...@gmail.com wrote:
Rosegarden needs broad visibility by potential users, so it can generate a
critical mass that would attract developers that would maintain a sustained
growth and (even) better codebase and
On 06/06/12 08:20, Holger Marzen wrote:
I use fluidsynth as a DSSI-plugin even for the drums. To be able to pan
the single drums, snare, cymbals etc. I setup an own instrument for
every instrument of my drumset. Adding other instruments (bass, organ
etc.) exceeds easily the 16
On 19/08/12 09:25, Holger Marzen wrote:
- Track 1
- Fluidsynth plugin, GM Soundfont, drumset-sounds
- One Segment already recorded
When I record an additional segment with an USB-keyboard (piano-keys,
not computer keys) while the existing segment is played then some new
On 20/08/12 14:18, Holger Marzen wrote:
On Mon, 20 Aug 2012, jott27 wrote:
Rosegarden on Ubuntu 12.04
My Realtek sound card on HP-Pavilion-dv9500-Notebook does not support
What can I use to get sound working?
Use Fluidsynth, either standalone as external programm (controlled by
I can feel your pain... When I faced upgrade threats for my Ubuntu 10.04
LTS I sensed something had taken the wrong direction with Ubuntu.
While Ubuntu was the distro which really helped me to get seriously and
permanently into Linux I felt it was taking the wrong decisions at each
On 30/08/12 12:24, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
On Wednesday, August 29, 2012 10:14:30 PM Chris Cannam wrote:
It's nothing a few million dollars couldn't fix. Maybe I'll win the lottery.
In that case do save a few bucks for Rosegarden as well :D
On 20/09/12 09:25, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
On 09/19/2012 10:14 PM, k...@trixtar.org wrote:
How do I make a piece I'm working on sound like the guitar
i.e. 1 octave lower than the treble staff (normally) used
for notation without changing the latter?
There are a few ways. In a new piece
notation in the guitar world is still small.
What is the application that you need the latter approach? Can the
label approach suffice for your needs?
Stephen H. Dawson
On 09/20/2012 03:49 AM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
On 09/20/2012 02:48 AM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
On 20/09/12 13:12, Stephen H. Dawson wrote:
This topic was covered in my schooling, in my last semester, by my
composition instructor. He is a smart guy. He did not know the guitar
was understood to be played one octave removed
On 29/09/12 05:20, k...@trixtar.org wrote:
In the notation editor, how can I delete/remove/erase a rest the same way I
would do a note,
Well.. answer is, you can't really. That is the rest the default
'silence' when no notes are present. If you have deleted notes and are
left with multiple
On 03/10/12 12:29, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
On 10/03/2012 05:54 AM, Delpistroumph wrote:
But I still have the error warning message: 'midi timer resolution to
low'.(in French for my version)
I was thinking about this just the other day. I have the same problem
currently, and have been
feedback and debug support if needed from next
week. At a quick look it seems the problem is also there if you are
playing back, so maybe it's something more trivial like jpm suggests.
Thanks again for the quick replies
On 18/10/12 15:02, j...@it-he.org wrote:
Quoting Lorenzo Sutton
. Should I add a bug report?
On 21/10/12 16:30, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
On 10/18/2012 05:10 AM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
Try this wit ha a midi monitor connected to rosegarden (e.g.
GMIDImonitor) and you'll see what I mean: create a small segment put
some random notes in, put it in repeat
Well didn't think it would start such conceited exchanges. I must admit
I often do weird non-standard stuff such as connecting Rosegarden to Pd
(through alsa-midi) and trying out stuff.
Morale: I guess I can live with the no channel changes during playback
and can see the drawbacks Al
On 27/10/12 14:27, Abrolag wrote:
On Sat, 27 Oct 2012 07:55:20 -0400
D. Michael McIntyre rosegarden.trumpe...@gmail.com wrote:
On 10/26/2012 02:46 PM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
Well didn't think it would start such conceited exchanges.
Hope you don't think I was being conceited. If I come off
On 02/11/12 21:22, Delpistroumph wrote:
Sorry for delay, I've did some tests
Le 23/10/2012 19:48, D. Michael McIntyre a écrit :
On 10/23/2012 09:26 AM, Delpistroumph wrote:
So I guess it's rosegaden that don't play the good flow rate.
Is Rosegarden fast, slow, or simply irregular?
This looks great! Thank you all!!
On 10/12/12 07:39, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
== ROSEGARDEN 12.12, codename Glenfiddich RELEASED ==
The Rosegarden team is proud to announce the release of version 12.12 of
Rosegarden, an audio and MIDI sequencer and musical notation editor for
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 Rosegarden
I tried to add a new device from the Studio Manage MIDI devices to be
used with fluisynth soundfont, and noticed I was lacking the ability to
change program (only channel). So I went back into the studio and found
out the bank editing window is unusable as per submitted bug:
On 20/04/13 22:47, Holger Marzen wrote:
I made a little screencast to show Rosegarden, its mixer, Hexter,
Whysynth, Fluidsynth and Jamin.
Nice song and very good video demo of RG.
PS: Believe it or not.. only had the time to watch
On 26/04/14 11:55, Victor henri wrote:
I would like to apply Reverb to a single MIDI track in Rosegarden. There
is a knob for that for each track but it seems not working.
My version of Rosegarden (14.06) is correctly sending a controller 91
event (the reverb controller in General
On 28/04/2014 23:43, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
On 04/28/2014 05:24 PM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
On the other hand fluidsynth (from command line) responds correctly to
the reverb (and chorus) control changes.
Thanks for looking into this, Lorenzo. QSynth does have its own reverb
On 12/06/14 11:37, Andrew wrote:
I've always had the inkling that this was possible, because the interface
options seemed to suggest it is, but now I finally need this functionality
and am trying it but it doesn't seem to work.
I have set up two inputs at once - vkeyboard and an
On 15/06/14 13:44, Newbasic wrote:
I'm new to this mailinglist and try to replace my Cubase sequenzing
software with Rosegarden.
On http://news.gmane.org/gmane.comp.audio.rosegarden.user/; I think I
have found a similar problem to my problem.
I am searching for the Rosegarden
Is it possible. E.g. I have a piece and a set of (many) tempo changes,
and tempo remps.. I'd like to shift the whole piece 1 bar forward
otherwise the beginning is 'choppy' with the synth used.
On 21/10/2014 17:16, Holger Marzen wrote:
the Screencast I made some time ago has been placed onto
Very nice and bravo for getting it posted on the site...
+1 for xfce :)
On 25/11/2014 23:10, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
On 11/25/2014 06:53 AM, Abrolag wrote:
Without mentioning any names, I am highly relieved this is over! What I can
is that from a musician's point of view Rosegarden is totally in another
and leaves them all behind in clouds of
On 06/01/15 11:39, Peter O'Doherty wrote:
I have two questions concerning instrument parameters when playing midi.
When I import a midi file to rosegarden, even though I have Qsynth
connected via jack, there is no sound with the default General MIDI
Device, even though I see the meter
On 17/10/15 23:45, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
> The Rosegarden team is pleased to announce the release of version 15.10
> of Rosegarden, an audio and MIDI sequencer and musical notation editor
> for Linux. One tester comments, "You'll be pleased to know that this
> puts Rosegarden ahead of all
On 10/11/2015 21:17, Will Godfrey wrote:
> Yoshimi can have up to 64 parts. By default these are wraped around the normal
> MIDI channels, so 1, 17, 33 & 49 all respond to channel 1 messages. This was
> originally implemented for Vector Control, working with up to four sounds on a
On 10/09/2015 06:02, Tom Lechner wrote:
> Thanks for the response!
> Say you have 2 (vertical) tracks. Each has one segment. Both tracks use
> the same instrument and play back to the same midi channel. In the first
> track, the segment starts at time 0. In the second track, the segment
On 10/09/2015 10:42, Abrolag wrote:
> Not certain about this, but I think RG sends a 'reset all controllers' per
> track. I've a suspicion it does this when it sees the first segment of the
> track. If I'm right putting a dummy segment at the start of the track should
> fix it.
I don't have accesss to my machine with rosegarden. But while you wait
for some ore authoritative sources of wisdom on the list...
> 1. If I have multiple tracks for the same piano instrument, if the
> tracks do not begin at the same time, when the later one starts, it
> causes a break in
On 11/09/2015 12:47, Mario Moles wrote:
> In data martedì 8 settembre 2015 18:41:53, Tom Breton ha scritto:
> > > I dont understand how to move from one level to another in notation
> > > view.Can be done?
> > Yes, there's a keyboard shortcut alt-up-arrow or alt-down-arrow, or
On 11/09/2015 16:52, Tom Breton (Tehom) wrote:
> There is a layering functionality in RG. I don't use it much myself, but
> I will try to explain it.
Wow that's cool! Also never used it so wasn't aware it was there. :)
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
I just run into this bug in the swf plugins (ladspa-swh package on Fedora).
Which as a side effect crashes Rosegarden at startup. I'm wondering if
RG could be made to be more resilient to a single plugin failure. For
example Ardour upon
On 24/11/15 23:22, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
> On 11/24/2015 04:56 PM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
>> Which as a side effect crashes Rosegarden at startup. I'm wondering if
>> RG could be made to be more resilient to a single plugin failure. For
>> example Ardour upon start-
On 30/11/2015 02:19, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
> On 11/29/2015 02:42 PM, Abrolag wrote:
> I hope to change that in the next year or three. I am working on a plan
> to change my entire life into one that is much less bleak than the
> current version, but nothing is coming together quickly.
On 15/06/2016 15:48, Vegard Svanberg wrote:
> To test it, I'm just using my old Edirol (Roland) USB MIDI interface and
> a Kawai K-11 keyboard. Keyboard is attached with MIDI IN/OUT cables and
> all audio is played on the keyboard (I've not installed a soft synth in
On 16/06/2016 09:33, Abrolag wrote:
> On Thu, 16 Jun 2016 09:16:10 +0200
> Lorenzo Sutton <lorenzofsut...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 16/06/2016 02:13, Ted Felix wrote:
>>> On 06/15/2016 06:51 PM, Abrolag wrote:
>>>> On the next startup, if
> Cool.. Where does yoshimi pick the bank number (e.g. Arpeggios -> 5,
> Bass -> 10).. It seems *almost* alphabetical with the exception of chip.
> Actually it would be nice to have a script which could generate the rdg
> file on a user's system :)
Never mind... I figured it out: it's
On 16/06/16 13:06, Ted Felix wrote:
> On 06/16/2016 03:16 AM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
>> I think one could automatize that a with a (python) script. If I recall
>> correctly rgd is XML (any 'specification somewhere?), can't remember how
>> default yoshimi banks/programs a
On 16/06/2016 02:13, Ted Felix wrote:
> On 06/15/2016 06:51 PM, Abrolag wrote:
>> On the next startup, if I start Yoshimi first, Rosegarden connects and resets
>> most of the controls to (now) wrong values. Changing bank root was a
>> problem (now pretty much resolved) because it
On 21/01/2016 12:59, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
> On 01/20/2016 06:57 PM, Ted Felix wrote:
>> It should be. However, rg is still somewhat wasteful of CPU, so it
>> might not work well. A MIDI sequencer should run fine at 900MHz on a
>> single core. I run CakeWalk on an old 1GHz machine
I tried searching for this but 'rosegarden first monitor' and similar
keywords pick up lots of noise.
So essentially I have a second screen attached to my laptop and
configured (from XFCE Display management utility) to extend to the right
of the laptop screen.
The two have a different
On 15/03/16 23:12, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
> On 03/15/2016 05:43 PM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
>> So... Is there a way to force rosegarden to always start in the main
>> screen? Or at least on the one with 'focus'?
> Try this?
On 07/04/2016 16:39, Silas Mortimer wrote:
> Oh, geez. It's been a long time since I've used a mailing list and I
> sent my reply to Lorenzo personally. Thanks for your patience,
Happy to help new RG users, it's the least one can do.. ;)
> Okay, here's what I said in the reply:
On 07/04/2016 00:27, Silas Mortimer wrote:
> One example is at one point I wanted to make a chord ring out
> longer than I'd originally put it and had already added notes after
> it. I searched for what I should do there, and from what I gather, I
> could only do that in the matrix
On 07/04/2016 17:55, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
> On 04/07/2016 10:44 AM, Silas Mortimer wrote:
>> do that and then use shortcuts in LilyPond to "clean it up" visually?
>> To be specific, what I'm asking is if LilyPond has ways of easily
>> fixing problems like my first example.
ote in each measure and tie them together.
>> Not make a dotted whole note to get a note that runs longer than a measure.
>> Just my free contribution.
>> David W. Jones
>> authenticity, honesty, community
A while back I started getting this weird plugin bug:
In short whenever a synth plugin is added and the config window reopen
the plug-in isn't shown (as if it had "disappeared").
Because Michael can't seem to reproduce it (see the bug
> Further to the above, RoseGarden can use the Hydrogen drum synthesizer so
> if you are looking for just randomization of rhythm that would be a way to
> go. On physical pitched instruments real humans don't actually make
> "random" errors but instead tend to particular errors due to
On 16/05/2016 14:41, Ted Felix wrote:
> On 05/13/2016 07:54 AM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
>> it would be nice to have an option to not
>> send anything upon file load / playback
> We should be closer to this now. Using a device with the controllers
> removed and unc
On 16/05/16 22:10, Ted Felix wrote:
> On 05/16/2016 09:44 AM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
>> Hi Ted, what do you mean with controllers removed? You mean explicitly
>> removing them from the device set-up? This (I think) would disable use
>> of controller rulers (as reverse to add
On 13/05/2016 13:18, Ted Felix wrote:
> On 05/13/2016 06:06 AM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
>> Does this solve the problem where if I open yoshimi (or it is already
>> opened) and load a state file *before* opening file in rosegarden,
>> rosegarden will fire a set of program chan
On 15/05/16 16:11, Abrolag wrote:
> On Sun, 15 May 2016 08:54:02 +0100
> Mike Rose wrote:
>> Hi there
>> A remember using Rosegarden many years ago now.
>> I've followed developments. It's turned into a really good sequencer.
>> There are a lot of things I love about it..
On 18/04/2016 20:49, Silas Mortimer wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 18, 2016 at 9:45 AM, D. Michael McIntyre
>> I couldn't repeat your gross timing discrepancy between the
>> applications, but I couldn't really work out an effective way to use
>> both of these
On 18/07/16 15:06, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
> ROSEGARDEN 16.06, codename "Rhapsody in Blue" RELEASED
Thanks! Had the chance to download and compile and quickly play with it,
and the solo looks really good! :)
On 07/08/16 23:53, Mario Gummies wrote:
> Thanks to both for the advise.
> As I said I am really new to it. So I am happy to have something working to
> begin with.
> Tried the fluidsynth way instead of timidity:
>> ~$ qjackctl -s &
>> :~$ fluidsynth -o synth.polyphony=512
Just note that
On 07/08/16 14:25, Holger Marzen wrote:
> On Sun, 7 Aug 2016, Mario Gummies wrote:
>> Hello everybody,
>> am new to rosegarden and (linux) sound system and using it for understanding
>> music - and thank you for your great free software first.
>> With my first piece of music
On 24/07/16 22:05, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
> Before I really dive into pulling all of this together, I thought it
> would be appropriate to see how both the developer and user communities
> feel about all this.
I have mixed feelings about this one.
I could probably say that one of my
On 15/08/2016 06:55, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
> On 08/14/2016 09:09 PM, r...@hydrophones.com wrote:
>> Try Cinelerra (https://cinelerra-cv.org/) it may be the middle ground you
>> are looking for.
> Tried it. OpenShot, Kdenlive, Pitivi, Blender, and finally Lightworks.
> With the latter
On 26/08/2016 09:28, Abrolag wrote:
> On Thu, 25 Aug 2016 23:24:23 -0400
> Ted Felix wrote:
>>Program numbers start at 1 for the user and start at 0 under the
>> covers, so mistakes are easy to make. I'm guessing the MIDI file was
>> generated by a program that didn't
On 29/12/16 20:38, Ray Klassen wrote:
> I've used rosegarden for years now and generally love it. I use it
> mostly for composition. What I would love is to be able to enter notes
> straight from a synth keyboard and have the quantization in rosegarden
> remove all of the anomalies from my
On 04/01/17 00:07, Fernando A. Martin wrote:
> I'm using Manjaro Linux, regularly updated, with KDE 5 (Plasma 5) and
> Roegarden 16.06-2. However in notation editor I'm not being able to open
> any ruler. If I open a notation segment and then click click on the
> button "Add Control Ruler"
On 17.02 (actually I think the string in the about should be 17.04 - I
compiled this a week ago) I get an error message "FluidSynth-DSSI:
error: unrecognized configure key" for files created in *previous*
rosegarden versions using soundfonts via the fluidsynth-dssi plugin.
If I create a new
On 05/09/17 04:54, david wrote:
I have 2 different projects open in Rosegarden - #1 and #2.
I opened #1 first, worked on it a while, then opened #2.
When I hit play in #2, both projects play.
Couldn't this be due to JACK transport being enabled?
You can see this in EDIT > Preferences >
As per title I think this is very handy for having more meaningful
segment labels and avoiding zillions of "Acoustic Grand Piano ones"...
I would keep this as an option in the configuration though defaulting to
false. If of interest I actually have working code for this and for
On 29/09/17 00:19, John A wrote:
What I am aiming at is to be able to listen to the midi tracks being
played through the korg in the headphones while recording vocal audio
tracks through the microphone, but I am having trouble.
I am trying to record audio from a microphone
On 30/09/17 17:40, John A wrote:
I have been trying to import wav files recorded in another program, and
can't get it done. I go to File --> Manage Audio Files, then click add;
I then select the file from the file browser, and get this error:
Failed to add audio file. Bad
On 26/11/17 14:52, compl4xx wrote:
ah, thanks! this works.
next step: world domination! :)
Will is always ahead :D
FYI I also find very handy keyboard shortcuts to open segments:
N: notation editor
E: event list
On 26.11.2017 14:46, Will Godfrey wrote:
On Sun, 26
On 20/12/17 18:20, Ted Felix wrote:
ROSEGARDEN 17.12, codename "Ultimate Pleasure" RELEASED
The Rosegarden team is proud to announce the release of version 17.12 of
Rosegarden, a MIDI sequencer that features a rich understanding of music
notation along with basic support for digital audio.
On 02/04/2018 19:36, Will Godfrey wrote:
Would some kind person please provide a way to switch this off, or at least
make it *much* slower and less aggressive.
Today I was editing multiple tracks in the matrix editor and it was driving me
nuts. It is especially bad when moving notes
On 17/04/2018 04:36, Ted Felix wrote:
Latest svn now has standardized mouse wheel behavior for the matrix and
> - Ctrl+wheel zooms horizontally.
Fantastic! This is a much appreciated and needed feature IMHO.
I have noticed two things though:
1. On the machine I
On 19/04/2018 04:53, Ted Felix wrote:
On 04/18/2018 05:46 AM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
1. On the machine I tested CTRL+wheel up zoomed out and vice-versa. Is
that intended? In most applications (e.g. browsers, text editors, but
also DAWs) it is usually the reveres...
> Fixed in r15265. G
On 09/10/18 15:25, Ted Felix wrote:
On 10/08/2018 03:04 PM, nocom wrote:
I drag and drop a file into a running rosegarden. But it asks whether
I want to save a changed file.
This can be changed by adding the following line to the end of
Is the Sourceforce bug tracker
[https://sourceforge.net/p/rosegarden/bugs/] still the preferred way to
report bugs? It's tempting to write here on the list :) but as much as
sourceforge is not the prettiest I guess it's still the best practice
for reference etc.?
On 03/04/19 14:59, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
On 4/2/19 9:32 PM, Ted Felix wrote:
I'm thinking Ctrl+Space is probably the way to go. Any concerns?
I recommend leaving "Media Record" as one of the alternatives. Through
no real desire or intention of my own, all of my keyboards have this
The tooltip suggests that this is 'media record' which I assume must be
some weird key on 'multimedia keyboards'. Is there a relatively easy way
to change this? IIRC now keyboard shortcuts are hardcoded somewhere
while once they used to be editable.
In this case I think the default should be
Gotcha... And I personally agree that #471 is higher priority than
But I understand it's not something simple.
On 24/02/2019 03:28, Ted Felix wrote:
On 2/23/19 2:27 PM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
So the the question is: would it be time to think about jack-midi
As some other people on LAU might have noticed a while back I tried to
open a discussion on LAU about jack freewheele as a way to more easily
interoperate between jack applications, the scenario being e.g.
composing in Rosegarden (which as you know if my favourite sequencer and
On 28/02/19 01:06, rhkra...@gmail.com wrote:
On Wednesday, February 27, 2019 06:03:59 PM D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
Open - opens a native file
Import - opens a non-native file
I don't like this -- the word import is not sufficiently intuitive for the
behavior -- if that has to stick
On 14/03/19 06:22, Ted Felix wrote:
I've got a graphic designer working on a new logo for us. Here's one
of her ideas. Let me know what you all think.
Looks good... I guess a 'square' concept, i.e. without the text which
On 16/03/2019 21:34, Brett McCoy wrote:
In the "Add Control Ruler" menu in the Matrix Editor, there are only
these CCs listed
How can I add a ruler for an arbitrary CC# -- for instance, I am sending
MIDI to an external
On 15/03/19 14:40, Ted Felix wrote:
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 added a tile mockup to the wiki page:
On 13/06/2019 18:52, Ted Felix wrote:
On 4/3/18 12:35 PM, Will Godfrey wrote:
If Ted can fix this he'll be my hero for life :)
I'm now applying for the above position. Sorry it took over a year...
In svn you will now find that both the Matrix and the Notation
editors behave like the
On 03/04/2019 03:32, Ted Felix wrote:
On 4/1/19 4:15 PM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
data/rc/rosegardenmainwindow.rc contains the shortcuts for the main
See feature request #412 for more details. I just updated it.
On 19/08/19 10:46, axs203 . wrote:
Forgive me for coming in just like this as a new user.
Over the years I've followed RosegardenI was there with
Studio2Go.it's a lovely looking program and I could really use it
day to day..the only thing that I find very fiddly with the
On 03/09/19 00:09, Demonic Sweaters wrote:
I would love if rosegarden were friendlier to drum notation. For example
I would love to have a percussion clef and the ability to create drum
notation with separate voicing for hands and feet. Anyone else need this?
Do take into
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