From: Riquer Vincent (#343341) <vincent@ri...> - 2007-03-05 10:06:38
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As it's my first post here, I will first introduce myself.
My name is Vincent Riquer, and I live in Grenoble, France. I write music
using rosegarden, hardware synths (Yamaha RM1x, Korg M3R and Waldorf Q)
and sometimes software synths for quite some time now. I publish under
the nickname "DJ Black Red" on Jamendo.com and last.fm.
I'm also an (unemployed) network engineer.
I created a new sound (a deep bass) on my Waldorf Q, and recorded it as
SysEx in rosegarden. But when I play it, it doesn't sound like it should
at all (brief acute sounds). It looks like the sysex gets corrupted at
In my MIDI parameters, I have "send all controllers on playback start",
and "send clock" (needed for arpeggiators) checked. Rosegarden is MTC
Master. My SysEx is only sent after 3 measures, so it's not the delay
caused by parameters which corrupts it.
Did anyone encountered this problem when using SysEx and have a solution ?
Or, how can I determine when or where (in rosegarden ? in my USB-MIDI
interface ?) the system exclusives get corrupted ?
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From: D. Michael McIntyre <michael.mcintyre@ro...> - 2007-03-06 00:07:16
On Monday 05 March 2007 5:06 am, Riquer Vincent (#343341) wrote:
> Did anyone encountered this problem when using SysEx and have a solution ?
> Or, how can I determine when or where (in rosegarden ? in my USB-MIDI
> interface ?) the system exclusives get corrupted ?
I regret that I really have no idea on this one. I just thought I'd let you
know someone read your plea, and at least thought about it.
D. Michael McIntyre
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