On Wednesday 24 March 2004 7:44 am, James Stone wrote:
Right, I was slightly off-beam.
You set the tempo using Edit>Mastertrack>... (in bpm) - ignore this %tempo
I guess that the rationale for this control is for when you want to record
something at half speed or whatever, without altering the Master track's bpm
settings. The default is 120bpm and this tempo fine-tune is obviously set to
100%. The documentation for MusE is virtually non-existent, what is not
obvious is that this very prominent widget is not designed for setting the
tempo - It's for altering the tempo in % steps. Hope that makes sense.
> What does muse -R do?
Runs it in realtime, if you're not connected via Jackd.
Maybe I'm kludging a bit, I'm still using 0.6.1, which doesn't work well with
Jackd. (Help not required, I know why). I'm looking forward to upgrading.
I'm a little wary of rolling my own, but MusE will be a likely candidate if I
decide to bite the bullet.