re robert, hi list,
sorry for crossposting, but I thought there might be users and devrs
views on this one:
me and robert had spent quite some time a while ago to get muse working
correctly on ppc and specifically to play nicely with my setup, now (
after some major upgrade business) I can actually change the subject to
100% success :)
> > minor inconvienience remaining is that I see tons of
> > "Organ: unknown sysex" messages in the terminal fly by
> > Ideally I'd like to listen to the first overdub in a
> > recording session in cycle mode immediately after playing
> > it in the next loop and continue to play over what I just
> > played.
> I had to try this scenario on my mini mac and I cannot reproduce the sysex
> problem. Does it happen if you use other softsynths also?
seems to be gone maybe user error on my part or some weird sysex stuff
that vkeybd produced ... since I'm back to clavier the annoying tcl/tk
errors and the sysex messages are gone.
> As for the the notes only showing up after the recording is done.
> I understand this as that you hear what you play but when you loop
> the recording the previous loops of the same recording are not heard.
> I'm afraid that this might be how it currently works. I think the
> notes are sorted into right place when STOP is clicked.
exactly thanks robert for translating my description into something
intellegible to all :)
Is there a way around this ? I can live with the current state but a
tiny toggle for "overdub on/off" would fit my working style even better.
> Do bring up this issue on the mailinglist, someone else might have more info
> about this, or a way of fixing it.
> I hope you can still make something useful with MusE.
absolutely ! thanks heaps to all of you who made it happen.
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http://pilot.fm/ special effects. (Jeff Keuss / via ctheory.com)
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