I believe Rosegarden does have a bunch of keyboard short-cuts in the
I hope I understand correctly what you are trying to achieve.
On 14/01/13 00:05, Angel de Vicente wrote:
- Note entry through (QWERTY) keyboard. You may have noticed that
keyboard rows are mapped to DO-RE-MI pitches in notation editor: e.g.
a-s-d-f-j-k-l corresponsds to DO-RE-MI-FA-SOL-LA-SI
It takes a while to get used to it but can speed note entry quite a bit
- UP/DOWN arrows change pitch of selected notes up/down
- CTRL + UP/DOWN: change pitch of selected notes an octave up/down
- Note dureations: numbers (hint if you hover your mouse on a duration
in the palette you can see the corresponding keyboard shortcut in
parenthesis) e.g. 1/4 = 4, 1/8 = 8 etc.
- CTRL + corresponding number, will convert all durations of selected
notes to the corresponding duration. Note that this will leave start
times as they are, which may or may not be what you want depending on
- CTRL + H and CTRL + SHIFT + H: rescale duration to halve/double: this
will also *move* notes, which you may or may not want (different factors
than double and half can be accesed from Adjust->scale menu)
- SHIFT + (left/right) Arrows select notes
- ESCAPE: unselect all notes
- left/right arrows, move cursor through notes
- CTRL + left/right, move cursor one measure at a time
- ALT + left/right arrow: move slected notes a 32snd earlier/later
> 3. The same idea, but for velocities, so I could easily create piano,
Hope this helps.
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