[ubuntu-studio-devel] Old GS MIDI Files
mikeh789 at gmail.com
Tue Jul 14 15:48:51 UTC 2015
On Tue, Jul 14, 2015 at 7:43 AM, Grant Frank Burton <bbbabynet at gmail.com>
> Unable to change instrument on Old GS MIDI Files.
> Here is an old midi file I made back in 1997 using midisoft studio.
> There were 4 tracks Bass, Piano, Strings and Drums.
> When I import it into Ardour I get 6 tracks (which is very cool) because
> Ardour divides up the drum instruments.
> *There is no interface to the bank and patch settings.*..... I
> I can't change the instruments well… I can change them but every time I
> rewind the songs they go back to the original instruments.
i might try, since ardour splits the tracks up, and you can change patches
in other applications, simply saving out each seperate track that ardour
gave me, and open them in qtractor, or whatever appplication im more
> I tried both Calf & Qsynth & Alsa and JACK Midi tno matter what
> combination they all do the same thing However……
> In LMMS I can change the instruments but…. there is no way to get the midi
> file back edited.
you mean, you cant export midi from lmms..
https://github.com/LMMS/lmms/issues/699 is where i would start following
that, but i would ask, whats the goal of this project?
> Ardour has done a great job on the Midi and since I've been trying to do
> this they have change a few things so…. I know they are working on it.
> Anyway here is the midi file if anyone has any suggestions.
whats the plan? are you just trying to hear the thing? if so, it sounds
like, you can separate the tracks in ardour, and use lmms to set sounds,
and then, save as audio, and have it "listenable", while still maintaining
your current midi file.
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