I've been here at Stanford all day working with Fernando and Mortimer
(Richard) trying to get my Rosegarden to work. I'm using the Delta 1010
on a Pentium 1.7Ghz machine. When I try to record midi channel 10 plays
a steady beat for no reason. We've determined it's a midi problem,
and thought we had a workaround for a minute by making channel 10
and audio track, but it's still doing it. Richard is stumped and he's
CCRMA guru. He says it must be a bug with Rosegarden using the Delta
1010. We even went back to RH9, and the problem was still there. I've
come all the way up from Ventura to finally my get Linux DAW operational
and I'm not leaving until it works! I'm a musician, and I have my own
Linux Consulting business. I haven't used winblows in over 4 years and
refuse to start now. I really like what I've seen and heard about Rosegarden, and would
love to start using it. I hope I'm not the first to see this problem.
On Friday 11 March 2005 12:17 am, rg@... wrote:
> and thought we had a workaround for a minute by making channel 10
> and audio track, but it's still doing it. Richard is stumped and he's
You can't "make channel 10 an audio track." It doesn't quite work that way.
If a track is an audio track, it is no longer associated with MIDI in any
way, and in any case there is no hard and fast association between a track
number and a channel at all. For more details on how it all fits together,
> CCRMA guru. He says it must be a bug with Rosegarden using the Delta
> 1010. We even went back to RH9, and the problem was still there. I've
> come all the way up from Ventura to finally my get Linux DAW operational
Anyway, I have to ask the obvious question. You *do* realize that Rosegarden
has a built in metronome function, right? There are two of these, controlled
independently. By default, the one that plays during recording is turned on,
and the one that plays during normal playback is turned off.
I think it's very likely you're just hearing the normal state of things. Out
of the box, the metronome will sound whether you are recording MIDI or audio.
To make it stop, simply turn it off. Toggle the extra controls on the
Transport window, and it should be obvious which button to hit.
If that doesn't make it stop, then we'll go from there.
Michael McIntyre ---- Silvan <dmmcintyr@...>
Linux fanatic, and certified Geek; registered Linux user #243621
> When I try to record midi channel 10 plays a steady beat for no reason.
It's called the metronome. It's supposed to do that to help you keep time
you record. You can turn it off - and there's a whole manual, a PDF guide
a dedicated "users" list to help you find out how.
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