sry bout that i sometimes forget. need to enable the setting where the reply button is reply to all instead just to be safe.

On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 7:14 PM, Kevin Fishburne <kevinfishburne@eightvirtues.com> wrote:
I was thinking one would have a MIDI keyboard in that scenario, although the feature could also be implemented to work with the built-in virtual keyboard (that uses the keys on the typographical keyboard) or using the piano roll's GUI keyboard. The ability to record using the virtual keyboard may already exist.

For me, having the sequencer record a step at a time rather than in real time allowed for sequences of fixed duration notes to be entered much more rapidly than by using the mouse and relieves the user of the stress of having to keep up with a metronome should his playing skills be lacking (as mine are). Any notes of longer duration could simply be lengthened manually and the following notes be shifted to the right.

P.S. Jonathan, remember you have to hit "Reply To All" or include lmms-devel@lists.sourceforge.net as a recipient.


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Jonathan Aquilina wrote:
as im still a novice i dont know how to explain myself very well in all the technical terms of music creation but you hit it right on the head. it would be something good as an alternative for those people such as myself who dont have a midi keyboard.

On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 6:51 PM, Kevin Fishburne <kevinfishburne@eightvirtues.com> wrote:
What he may be talking about is a feature that I used occasionally in an ancient version of Cakewalk. Instead of recording in real time it would simply record each note as played using the length/duration selected in the piano roll. For example, were 8th notes selected in the piano roll and the user played a 16-note monophonic riff on the keyboard, the piano roll would fill two measures with 16 notes, each note an 8th, as if they'd been added with the mouse one after the other. By "icons" I think he just means the GUI representation of the notes in the piano roll.

Jonathan please tell me if I'm totally wrong...

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Paul Giblock wrote:

I'm not sure I understand your feature redquest.  Maybe someone else does or at maybe you can clarify. I'm not sure what you mean by note icons.

2) Hmm.  Does the configure say that wine was found?

On Nov 17, 2009 1:17 AM, "Jonathan Aquilina" <eagles051387@gmail.com> wrote:

hey guys i was just wondering woudl it be possible to implement keyboard usage in the piano roll to where what ever rythem you play it puts the appropriate note icons in for you. im on 0.9.x master version im guessing and i noticed you have a mini keyboard to play around with with the various samples.

2nd question is im using the latest dev version and for some reason with all the libs installed necessary for vst support its not noticing them for some reason?

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