From: Ken Restivo <ken@re...> - 2007-01-29 05:38:39
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I've noticed a strange phenomenon every once in a while.
Sometimes, for reasons I can't explain, when I punch in (hit the spacebar) while listening to a song in Rosegarden, it not only starts at that punch-in point, but it also inserts a segment that starts from the beginning of the song, and includes whatever notes I'd been noodling before I decided to punch in. Kind of like TimeMachine for MIDI.
This is most often *not* what I want: I often noodle around a lot while listening to a song, while waiting to punch in what I want to insert. But, other times, it'd be nice to have that feature available, if I accidentally play something that I want to keep and that I can't for some reason just repeat.
Is this a feature or a bug? If it's a feature, great, how can I turn it on and off at will?
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From: D. Michael McIntyre <michael.mcintyre@ro...> - 2007-02-01 04:36:22
On Monday 29 January 2007 12:38 am, Ken Restivo wrote:
> I decided to punch in. Kind of like TimeMachine for MIDI.
> Is this a feature or a bug? If it's a feature, great, how can I turn it on
> and off at will?
Weird. I'd love to have a precise roadmap leading to this place you describe,
because it's definitely unexpected behavior, and it sounds ugly.
D. Michael McIntyre
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