Re: midi file editing

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On 03/14/2012 07:56 PM, david wrote:
On 03/14/2012 02:51 AM, Renato wrote:
On Wed, 14 Mar 2012 18:11:17 +0530
Rustom Mody<rustompmody@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

[I am asking this after wrestling with rosegarden for an hour or so
and getting no sound]

Hi, sorry if this is obvious to you, but just in case, you'd
probably need a soundfont (like fluidr3) and a soundfont player (like
qsynth) to have sound - maybe rosegarden has a built-in soundfont
player?

No, it doesn't. That's what qsynth, whysynth or Timidity (if you can
make it work) is for.

Anyway you should be able to make it output the midi of the
track to qsynth (using qjackctl), and therefore have sound.

RG 11.11.42 just automatically connects.

I use RG mostly for scores. Bringing in a MIDI file usually requires
some cleanup. For one thing, RG prefers contrapuntal compositions to
have a separate track for each of the melodies, while lots of MIDIs from
the web have all the melodies on the same track.


Maybe it's more easy to load a dssi plugin (fluidsynth dssi) in rosegarden.

\r
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