On Thursday, June 10, 2010, அலெக்ஸாண்டர் - Alexander wrote:
> 3. The MIDI data is recorded and if I playback the output to my MIDI
> keyboard, I get the song played in my keyboard. But, I don't hear the audio
> output in my laptop speakers.
I can interpret this statement two very different ways, and I'm not sure which
way to read it. When you "get the song played in your keyboard," does this
mean you hear the same thing played back over the keyboard's speakers as what
you played into Rosegarden, or does this mean something else?
I can't determine whether to think your keyboard has speakers built into
itself, and that's the pivotal question. If your keyboard is reproducing
audio by itself, then you've got to get that audio signal into your computer
somehow in order to record it as audio (in order to create a .wav file to burn
to a CD, for example). The route could vary wildly, depending on what kind of
keyboard you have, and what kind of interface it has.
The other possibility is that you hear nothing because your keyboard doesn't
reproduce audio, so you just need to use a soft synth like QSynth or the like
to take care of your MIDI reproduction needs.
D. Michael McIntyre