From: Kevin Cosgrove <kevinc@co...> - 2008-02-24 06:54:49
On 23 February 2008 at 18:09, "Roger Wakeman" <rwakeman@...> wrote:
> Hey everyone, I'm a beginner with Rosegarden but that didn't stop
> me from including some info on it in an article I wrote about
> recording in Linux: http://hubpages.com/hub/Recording-in-Linux-aka-Free-and-Open-Source-Digital-Audio-Workstation
Nice job, especially for someone claiming to be a beginner. One
thing that might make it a bit sweeter would be to put links to the
projects you've referred to right where you have the name of the
project introduced, and where you've already boldfaced the project
name, e.g. patchage.
Thanks for sharing....
From: Roger Wakeman <rwakeman@hu...> - 2008-02-24 20:25:43
Thanks for the tips and kind words everyone!
D. Michael: I only compared Rosegarden and Hydrogen because they
are both sequencers and I actually haven't extensively used
Hydrogen yet. I didn't know it was only for drums! I'll have to
look into MusE, haven't opened that one yet!
Question: Does anyone know if it's possible to zoom in while
programming in the matrix editor? I find it very tedious to click
on those little squares.
Click for free info on business schools, $150K/ year potential.
Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News.