Since the older examples you write of were installed, Rosegarden has made
some changes to the way channels are setup.
Beginning with version 10.02, Rosegarden no longer provides controls for
changing the channel associated with each MIDI instrument Instead each
instrument uses the same channel as
A slightly less crude approach is just to import the default studio into the
file (Studio-Import Default Studio), then make whatever ever changes are
necessary to get sound working ok and saving the file.
I did this with Djer-Fire and it seems to be working ok. Apparently just
making the changes
anyone's interested in hearing a pleasant little chord change having
the living crap beat out of it by an onslaught of filthy guitar
steve conrad wrote:
Thanks for the info.
I'll have to set aside some time to figure out ardour.
On 3/19/11, Al Thompson biggle...@sbcglobal.net wrote:
On 03/20/2011 01:07 AM, steve conrad wrote:
In the end, I just stuck a jumper cable from my headphone jack to my
line in and dumped
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Btw, as far as playing a second ending goes (rather than notating one)
RG will truncate a repeated segment as soon as it encounters any other
segment in that track, so it's pretty easy to get it to play an
alternate ending by simply plopping down the desired second ending as
a new segment in the
Strange to see RG running on windows.
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The two most common reasons for this sort of thing are that either you
have no soundfont loaded in your softsynth, or else that you haven't
set up RG to route its midi output through the softsynth that you
The solution to the first one will vary with the synth you're using,
but should be
I'd like to point out that my examples are broken again.
Track 9 should in all cases be a second drum track. But it comes up as
a non-percussion track in the wrong key instead.
I do this to make the notation more manageable since cymbals and
hi-hat are all notated as sharp notes whereas kick,
Was that meant to be snide?
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Probably the most efficient work around is to make your own sound font
with the samples retuned to suit your purposes.
The midi note to sample mapping of a font doesn't really require you
to sound the note corresponding to the midi note number you've
selected. Percussion fonts are one obvious
Thanks for responding to such an arguably off topic question. After a
bit of tinkering around I have managed to figure things out, mostly.
I am trying to use Rosegarden to control SooperLooper in order to
automate a variety of tasks, thereby freeing my hands from the mouse
and putting them back
Yes, that was it. Vaguely remembered something like that but couldn't find the
button, never having used it in all my years with RG.
The troublesome stylized S appears in the track window but not in the main one
so I was just looking in the wrong place.
After spending a fair
How would I go about rounding up the bar lines in a segment? It would
not appear that a bar line is an event, since in jpff;;;'s CsoundExport
code, all non-note events are printed as a comment line, and bar lines
aren't there in the output.
Same thing for ties. They aren't there either. If they
Thanks. That's helpful.
Accessing bar line positions is more trouble than it's worth for me
right is what that part of your answer tells me. That frees up some time
As for the ties, a note would have two properties: one for tied from
and another for tied to. Any idea where I could find
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Csound is utterly indifferent to note names and accidentals. Notes are
called by their frequencies (yuck), midi note number or most commonly
PCH notation which is what Rosegarden exports. In PCH, octaves are
integers and the notes within an octave are decimals, so that 6.00 is
middle C, 7.04 is
Thanks Ted. That was just the information I needed. Went off without a hitch.
I also tried leaving the jack.pc file untouched and passing the
correct path to the jack headers as an environmental variable. This
Kicking myself for checking that all the libs were where pkgconfig
It mostly works as it is.
The thing is that you can't proceed on the assumption that your RG
composition will come popping out the other end of csound at the press
of a button. I use it to make a start on a csound score which then
needs some touching up by hand. However, just getting all notes
Since rosegarden remains the only way I know of the create a csound
score using standard musical notation, I thought I might adjust a
couple of pesky things about the otherwise excellent way it makes the
1) Instrument 0 is not valid in csound, so I just add 1 to the track
number to avoid i
I have written up a short article on my experience experimenting with
organ sounds on Rosegarden using different synthesizers and effects
It may be of some interest to readers of this list.
Two good things to randomize are timing and velocity, obviously.
Note velocities can be tweeked in the velocity ruler to get a faux random
The start time and duration of notes can be given individual micro-adjustments
in the note properties pop up. Pushing the tempo or just plain
Btw, when I last tried RG on a Pi, there was a precompiled version in the
Raspbian repo. Good thing. Pis aren't real good at compiling stuff is a
On Sun, Dec 13, 2020 at 11:26 AM steve conrad
> I have used Rosegarden on a Pi3. It worked about as much as any desktop
I have used Rosegarden on a Pi3. It worked about as much as any desktop app
can be said to work on one of those things. Didn't make it crash more than
anything else. As near as I can make out, once a Pi runs out of RAM it just
reboots and that happens pretty often using Raspbian.
I was recently working on an audio project in RG using an existing midi as
a guide track and encountered a couple of pesky issues I haven't run up
The midi I imported (understandably) didn't have any audio track, so I
added eight of them at one go via tracks->add tracks Doing
If you're just looking to make examples of non-standard tunings, csound is
probably your most direct route. While csound's learning curve is genarally
alarmingly precipitous, in this instance it might be what you're looking
On Tue, Feb 9, 2021, 10:18 AM Tom Peters wrote:
> On 09-02-2021
Technically speaking RG does make sound without any coaxing although this
point likely won't be well taken by a first time user who just want to hear
some sequenced sounds.
Part of the problem is the sheer diversity of available instruments. Apart
from the go to fluidsynth, most distros have
Nothing does that
On Sun, Mar 21, 2021, 4:15 PM M.R.P. zensky via Rosegarden-user <
> Hello I am looking for linux software that can take an audio track and
> convert it to sheet music. Does Rosegarden allow this?
Importing the sf2 in the 'manage midi devices' dialog has a mostly
decorative function. Ie, it only effects the the labels that RG assigns to
If you are fairly new to this sort of stuff what i bet you want to do is to
load the font into a synth to make some sounds.
This is done in qsynth
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