I'm using Rosegarden 11.06 and am really enjoying it. However a strange thing
happened when I recorded a tuba soundfont section on track 5. There was no
clips in the arranger showing up to tell me I recorded a new segment. I play
it back around that area in time and hear the notes and tuba playing-but no
clips or midi events. I checked the event list editor the notation editor,
the matrix editor and selected space around the area of the track where I
recorded it and could not locate where the notes are. I am trying to delete
these notes and redo the performance but cannot find them. I used the undo
function many times, far past the history of when I started the recording,
but no luck. Is this a bug? What should I do? Any feedback would be GREATLY
appreciated, and I want to add this is the best sequencer of all time!
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From: D. Michael McIntyre <michael.mcintyre@ro...> - 2012-01-17 19:37:52
On Saturday, January 14, 2012, miker291 wrote:
> I am trying to delete these notes and redo the performance but cannot find
I'm not sure what happened, or quite what can be done about it, but all roads
I can think of lead to the same place.
The first thing to do is try saving the file, and then maybe quitting
Rosegarden and starting over again for good measure.
That could result in several different outcomes:
a) The mystery notes disappear
b) The mystery notes coalesce into a segment that you can manipulate
c) The mystery notes are preserved in the file, and the XML data can be hacked
manually to remove them
In the even you wind up with C, if you provide me a copy of the file, I'll be
happy to take a crack at hacking it into shape. In general, when Rosegarden
screws something like this up, the data can usually still be rescued.
D. Michael McIntyre
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