> From: stuff@...
> Organization: TSI
> To: rosegarden-user@...
> Subject: Re: [Rosegarden-user] Trying to export audio?
> Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2006 14:02:08 -0600
> I am trying to create a .wav file in the end and then CD.
> I would like the option to apply effects later. Is there a way to
> bring tracks into ardour as single tracks for individual editing.
I don´t know if this will help you, but i had a LOT of headaches and
spent time in trying to export the songs to WAV and MP3. I used ReZound
for capturing the output, but it was very heavy in system resources and
buggy. Audacity would not capture sound output from Jack. For some time
I just quit recording because I did not know what to do!
But... The BEST solution I´ve got was within Rosegarden -- and it was
SO simple that I hope I´m not being useless here. I have an SB Audigy
ZS, which, just as SB Live and probably many other soundcards, allows
duplex operation for recording while playing. Then, using Alsamixer (the
only mixer which really worked), I pushed the Synth, PCM and Analog Mix
controls to the maximum, and set an audio track in Rosegarden for
recording. Then, voilá, I get a mixdown of all the sounds, including
Hydrogen and MIDI.
The file obtained from this audio track can be edited in Audacity or
any other good audio editor (just a double click on the track! :) ), for
things like resampling, fade in/out, amplify, cuts, etc. You can apply
effects as well, but of course not individually to each instrument. I
prefer (it´s a lot easier) doing all the mixing and effects in
Rosegarden itself, BEFORE recording the mixdown, by using the available
plugins or by opening each audio track individually in the audio editor.
If I am not satisfied with the mixing, remaking a mixdown is very simple.
I just hope it helps you or at least any newbie to Rosegarden :)
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