m=E5ndagen den 15 december 2003 12.31 skrev Olaf Giesbrecht:
> first of all: thanks for helping!
> your first suggestion concerning the tempo-problem (using the -R): i did
> not use it, but now i tried, but it dosn t make a change ...
Are there any inconsistencies with the tempo? Or is it solid but wrong ?
Are you trying to increase or decrease the tempo? Do you know for sure that=
the tempo gets changed?
The tempo handling could require a bit of explanation:=20
When you change tempo in the transport window the tempo is changed from _th=
explicit location on the transport. It is not changed globally. To make a=20
global change you must first be sure to rewind the song to the beginning,=20
then set the tempo.
Tempo changes later in the song are still active, they can be erased with o=
of the master track editors though.
Hope that helps,
> your second suggestion concerning the drumeditor-problem works. Thanks !
> but it is (in some ways of working) a lot of xtra work. i am used to
> programming a beat and then sometimes change the drumcomputer after a
> while. in such a ase i now have to change the midi-out for every single
> drum. i used to do that by just changing the midi-out of the whole
> track. any idea how to do that now ?
> hope someone has another solution for the first problem (with the
> drumeditor-problem i can work now, but not with the tempo-prob)...
> thanks and greetings olaf
> Am Son, 2003-12-14 um 21.36 schrieb John Check:
> > On Sunday 14 December 2003 03:14 pm, Olaf_Giesbrecht@...> wrote:
> > > ---------- Forwarded Message ----------
> > >
> > > Subject: BOUNCE muse@...: Non-member submission from [Olaf
> > > Giesbrecht <Olaf_Giesbrecht@...>]
> > > From: Olaf Giesbrecht <Olaf_Giesbrecht@...>
> > > To: muse <muse@...>
> > >
> > > hello,
> > >
> > > i am making musik with muse (with jack) and my system is a redhat9 and
> > > i am using the actual planet ccrma-stuff (muse 0.6.2.).
> > > first of all: muse is a really great programm - thanks work writing it
> > > ! now my problems (there are two of them):
> > >
> > > the first one is not new ( i have it since month, but had no time to
> > > try to fix it): the of muse seems ok, but it is always to slow. when i
> > > start a muse-trak with 120 bpm, and start for example a timed delay of
> > > my digital mixer or synth, those are always faster.
> > > i tried the timing in rosegarden and there it works (so its not a
> > > problem of my kernel or something like that), but i need muse, because
> > > its much better for midi ...
> > Are you using the -R switch when you start MuSE?
> > > my second problem is new: my drum editor always plays on my first midi
> > > out-port and it doesn t make a difference, which o-prt i select in um=
> > > for this track.
> > > if i take the same track, but change it to a normal midi-track (not a
> > > drum-track), everything works fine...
> > >
> > >
> > > anyone an idea what to do ?
> > In the piano roll, for tracks of type drum, you can assign devices
> > individually for each drum. You must resize the left pane to see the
> > controls.