notorand wrote:Hi all. I'm new to MusE because I've been using LMMS under Kubuntu so far.
That software is quite simple. But is also too skinny and I'm trying something different and richer now.
It seems to me that MusE is quite promising.
First of all, I'm not able to have Jack started, so I have no audio output.
Second, I don't know how to define instruments from my soundfonts. I usually have a GM SF2 plus a number of specific SF2s for some special instruments (marcato strings, human voices etc.).
Is there any hint/tutorial that's not in the form of a youtube movie?
What you suggest sounds quite simple.terminator356 wrote:...
Regarding the desire for 'final' output of WAVs:
There are a couple of ways to do it in MusE.
The easiest is the 'bounce' feature.
Basically it records 'what you hear is what you get',
including all audio and synth tracks, down to a wave file.
Be sure to try the Jack Freewheel option in Settings -
it dramatically speeds up bounce operations.
An entire song can be rendered in seconds.
You can also get more detailed using routing features, routing
various tracks to a wave track. But that's at normal speed.
Florian has proposed a new hi-speed rendering scheme.
We may see it sometime in the near future.
Thank you. Enjoy.
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