That is correct. Whoever (or whatever) sequenced that did (for some
On 14/03/12 13:41, Rustom Mody wrote:
2. Connect Rosegarden's 'General Midi' output to an external synth (e.g.
Qsynth, Linuxsampler) baring in mind that Rosegarden will only connect
through alsa midi, so if your synth only does jack midi you need to use
a bridge like aj2 (as Paul already suggested).
Unless I have to do quick listening (e.g. of a MIDI file) I prefer
option 2, because it leaves the .rg file more portable. E.g. if you save
a file with the fluidsynth plugin and you try to open it on a system
where it is not installed Rosegarden will complain. Additionally option
1. is very limiting in that you cannot have multiple midi instruments
Anyway, I think you were on the right track with trying to use
Rosegarden for the MIDI and notation, because as a sequencer it has very
nice notation support and pretty decent lilypond export. Your Mileage
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