On Monday 05 March 2007 1:24 pm, Kevin Miller wrote:
> in RG though. First, how do I enter repeat signs? Fiddle tunes usually
> come with an A and B part, each of which is repeated twice.
Repeat signs come automatically when segments repeat, so what you want to do
is draw two segments...
Say the A part is one bar, repeated three times, and the B part is the same.
That means the total composition wants to be six bars long. Go to
Composition -> Change Composition Start and End, and change the end bar to 6.
Now use the pencil tool to draw a segment filling bar 1, and another one
filling bar 4. Switch to the arrow tool and shift+click on each segment so
they are both highlighted. Now go to the Segment Parameters box, and click
the Repeat [x] checkbox. Now both segments are repeating, and repeat signs
will show up in the notation editor.
> Also, is there a way to enter ending one/ending two 'frames'?
This is more involved. You need a recent version of Rosegarden, 1.4.0 or
later, I think. You need to insert LilyPond directives using the Text tool,
and the segments need to be configured a certain way to get everything to
come out right. It's a bit fiddling. Please see the example file
lilypond-alternative-endings.rg to see how to set this up.
> How do I export the RG notation editor output to Lilypond? (Or can I
> even do that?)
File -> Export... -> Export to LilyPond, or you can preview/print with File ->
Preview with LilyPond
The export takes place at a global document level, not a notation view level.
There are various options for merging staffs with the same name, exporting
only selected segments, and so forth. Especially with Rosegarden 1.5.0.
D. Michael McIntyre