No audio from Rosegarden anymore
pauldeshaw at gmail.com
Wed Mar 26 09:17:26 GMT 2008
On Sunday 23 March 2008, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
> > recommend that you run QSynth with fluid-soundfont. (Unless you are
> Heh, I was writing as though I was on Rosegarden-User instead of Ubuntu
> User. Oh well, I don't see any serious adjustments that need to be made.
> I forgot to mention that this is packaged for Hardy now, and the Hardy
> packages install just fine on Gutsy, since they are data-only, and have no
> I don't have the URL for those either, but I found them, and I have
> that you can too. :)
> D. Michael McIntyre
OK, I found the package here:
I installed the .deb, but I'm not sure what it actually does. I have to
learn more about how sounfonts work. Does the .deb create a .sf2 file I
can load into Fluidsynth/Qsynth?
I've tried opening Qsynth and the FluidSynth DSSI plugin, but I can't find a
soundfont to load.
Over the past few days, I've experimented with what you talked about in your
original response. I found I could record my voice to an audio track and
play it back. Also, I could assign MIDI tracks to Hexter, Trivial Synth,
and Less Trivial Synth, and get some sound. So, I guess it's some problem
with TiMidity. Weird how it worked before, then just stopped working. XMMS
can still play MIDI files with TiMidity.
I'm glad you're still willing to entertain these kinds of questions despite
being annoyed when they come up repeatedly. Next time I'll spend more time
with the documentation before asking.
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