## [Rosegarden-user] alterations and tempo

 [Rosegarden-user] alterations and tempo From: Sergio - 2007-06-29 22:22:23 ```Hi all, I have two questions about alterations and tempo : 1) How to put alterations (like bemols) at the beginn of any track ? 2) How to define the tempo of 3/4 instead the standard 4/4 ? Thank's for advance, Sergio ```

 [Rosegarden-user] alterations and tempo From: Sergio - 2007-06-29 22:22:23 ```Hi all, I have two questions about alterations and tempo : 1) How to put alterations (like bemols) at the beginn of any track ? 2) How to define the tempo of 3/4 instead the standard 4/4 ? Thank's for advance, Sergio ```
 Re: [Rosegarden-user] alterations and tempo From: D. Michael McIntyre - 2007-06-30 03:21:32 ```On Friday 29 June 2007, Sergio wrote: > 1) How to put alterations (like bemols) at the beginn of any track ? http://rosegarden.sourceforge.net/tutorial/en/chapter-8.html#8_3_2_1 > 2) How to define the tempo of 3/4 instead the standard 4/4 ? The easiest thing to do is double click on the 4/4 in any notation view. It will let you edit the existing time signature and turn it into something else. Flipping through my book on this topic, I don't feel like I did a satisfactory job of covering it, so I'm not referring you to the tutorial on this. -- D. Michael McIntyre ```
 Re: [Rosegarden-user] alterations and tempo From: Sergio - 2007-06-30 22:43:08 ``` D. Michael McIntyre a écrit :
On Friday 29 June 2007, Sergio wrote:
1) How to put alterations (like bemols) at the beginn of any track ?
http://rosegarden.sourceforge.net/tutorial/en/chapter-8.html#8_3_2_1;
2) How to define the tempo of 3/4 instead the standard 4/4 ?
The easiest thing to do is double click on the 4/4 in any notation view.  It  will let you edit the existing time signature and turn it into something  else.  Flipping through my book on this topic, I don't feel like I did a satisfactory  job of covering it, so I'm not referring you to the tutorial on this.
Hi Michael,

Oah great great great ! OK for both questions.

Only sorry that i didn't readed carefully the tutorial... For the second question (3/4), it's also possible to change it with the same submenu (segment...).

That all is good even in my old RG-4.1. For the 1.5.x i have difficulties to compile it on my Solaris 64 bits because any config file in the RG package seems to force the 32 bits. But that isn't now a real problem for me, assuming that with your answer i'm now able to work properly with my 4.1.

Thank's again greatly.

Cheers,

Sergio

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