Thanks for your help. I'm very new to all this technology and I'm lost as to
where to start my investigation from. Should I look at my MIDI connections
by listing them somehow, and see if there's something suspicious there? What
would be a sensible procedure to follow?
>Sounds like a Midi thru problem. Perhaps you have an infinite loop and need
>to break it somewhere.
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Just a note to thank Glenn and Chris for their help on my problem with weird
the Rosegarden transport. I've not solved the problem, but it's not bugging
me for now: I switched soft synth from Timidity to Fluidsynth, with
identical functional configuration and the same GM soundfont (Fluid R3) and
everything runs nice and smooth now.
Also, it's the first time I use a low latency soft synth and I'm very
impressed by the practical meaning of "low latency". It just amazes me how
you can click on a note and hear the instrument come out your speaker just
as you do it, with the amount of reverb you had set, magic.
Other than that, I'm really pleased with Rosegarden as a composing tool.
Some things make it crash, hardly a big problem since the autosave feature
works very well so you don't really lose track of what you were doing. Apart
from that, I'm enjoying learning how to get this or that done (I normally
hate using my time to learn how to do something instead of just doing it,
which is why I've been using the same old Win 3.1 sequencer for the last 12
years until now). Very impressed with the usability and usefulness of the
notation editor as well, great hack.
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On Thursday 11 November 2004 08:53 am, Alejandro Lopez wrote:
> normally hate using my time to learn how to do something instead of just
> doing it, which is why I've been using the same old Win 3.1 sequencer for
> the last 12 years until now). Very impressed with the usability and
You sound like me. :) I used that ratty old thing for yeeeeeears.
I'd probably still be using it if it had run under WINE two years ago. :)
I'm glad it worked out the way it did though, overall. Rosegarden is much
Michael McIntyre ---- Silvan <dmmcintyr@...>
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