Re: [LAU] Seq24 and general MIDI questions

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To: Charles Linart <clinart@...>
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Date: Saturday, January 12, 2008 - 8:04 am

On Fri, Jan 11, 2008 at 11:47:04AM -0500, Charles Linart wrote:

Why not just track the MIDI directly in Rosegarden?

As for audio, better to use Ardour. It syncs up really nicely with Rosegarden or seq24 using JACK Transport.


You're better off just recording the MIDI in Rosegarden, or, if you prefer using seq24, don't bother with Roesgarden at all, and leave the MIDI in seq24 instead.


Best to grab a soundfont of an actual bass guitar, and use that in QSynth or fluidsynth.

You do know that Zyn isn't RT-safe, right? It's great for pads but it doesn't play nicely with RT, so if you've got a lot of softsynths going, Zyn might not work so well.

> 3) Can Ardour be used as a midi sequencer? Is it possible to put a

They're working on MIDI support. It might be in SVN; I don't think they've released it yet. But what I've seen looks pretty damned good.

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[LAU] Seq24 and general MIDI questions, Charles Linart, (Fri Jan 11, 4:47 pm)
Re: [LAU] Seq24 and general MIDI questions, Ken Restivo, (Sat Jan 12, 8:04 am)