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  Managing Midi
Posted by: nerak99 - 02-14-2012, 01:07 PM - Forum: Getting Help - Replies (3)

In the Track Info column for a midi track I can't figure out what the output routing button does on a midi track. It click as a bttuon an appear "in" or "out" but nothinmg happens to it.
Any news on access to the wiki?

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  Wiki editing
Posted by: nerak99 - 02-10-2012, 11:25 AM - Forum: Getting Help - Replies (1)

Can I have access to edit the Wiki?

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  how to split a track with more than one MIDI channel
Posted by: xfalcon - 02-08-2012, 09:56 AM - Forum: Getting Help - Replies (3)

Hi all,

I have import a midi file to muse2. Now I have one track with differed midi channels.
How can split a track with more than one MIDI channel in to separate tracks?



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  Can't understand double play midi
Posted by: nerak99 - 02-05-2012, 04:22 PM - Forum: Getting Help - Replies (1)

I am trying to get to grips with Muse and have successfully recorded some midi stuf from a keyboard but I am not sure I am doing it right.
(I use QJackctl and all seems to connect OK)
I set up tracks, a midi track and a fluidsynth track, there is an out track there by default.

So far as I can tell, I get events into the sequencer by setting the Midi track to the usb keyboard.
In order to hear the track, I change the Midi track to fluid synth and play.
Two problem, first of all, whatever I recorded gets played twice and second, I would have thought that I should be able to hear as I play.I can only get the mid sequencer to record if I select the single note button, otherwise, it seems to ignore ,my keyboard.

Can someone point me to the correct part of the docs to get a midi keyboard playing live and recording in the piano roll at the same time?

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  Instrument definiton
Posted by: jpm47 - 02-03-2012, 10:40 PM - Forum: Getting Help - Replies (1)


As I mentioned in my previous post, I writing an instrument definition for my psr-e423. To save time I took the Psr-275 change the name correct data and new patchs. Doing things that way I end up with names of the instruments not in the same order as on the keyboard since the editor does not allow to insert patchs. No problems I taught , I'll open the .inf in a text application and make the changes there, but that doesn't work, nothing has changed when I open Muse.

Any solutions?

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Posted by: jpm47 - 02-03-2012, 06:48 PM - Forum: Getting Help - Replies (1)


I am presently testing Muse 2.0 rc2 on LinuxMint. On a midi track, for exemple if I choose an organ sound the first time it plays it but after that the sound is back to grand piano. I may be doing something wrong or perhaps it is a bug. I am a newbie to sequencing and keyboards. All I know is that I don't face that problem with Qtractor for example but I like better the way Muse works. I am using a yamaha psr-e423 for which I am writing a instrument definition that I will be glad to send you when done.


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  Songwriting tool to compliment Muse/Linux audio.
Posted by: djvision - 02-01-2012, 02:34 AM - Forum: Getting Help - Replies (2)

Hi. First I want to say thank you for Muse. I moved from Windows to Linux a little over a year ago and was nervous I wouldn't be able to produce music in the same capacity. Muse put my worries to rest. It's my top choice for music creation in Linux.

But still, there are sacrifices to be made. One thing I noticed missing from every Linux distro I've seen is a simple tool for producers, one that helps you make common calculations. So, I decided to write one named RASP. It currently has 3 features: tap tempo, delay/hertz calculator, and a song time calculator (LMMS doesn't have song time, strangely). I'm also adding features like note-to-frequency conversion, a metronome, and some noise/frequency sweeps (a tool I used a lot as an engineer). I hope to have a very robust program by the end of the year.


I hope this tool helps those who see this post. Please keep developing and contributing to Muse! Oh, and if pressed I can point you to some music I wrote using Muse. <!-- sBig Grin --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_biggrin.gif" alt="Big Grin" title="Very Happy" /><!-- sBig Grin -->

Also, would you suggest I host this project on sourceforge too? I'm just more familiar with launchpad I guess.

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  Python support will not be built
Posted by: millard99 - 01-30-2012, 05:31 AM - Forum: Getting Help - Replies (1)

Hello <!-- sBig Grin --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_biggrin.gif" alt="Big Grin" title="Very Happy" /><!-- sBig Grin -->

I am trying to get MuSe going on my system. I can't use Muse1.1 because I have qt4 not 3, and, besides, newer is better, right? So I have tried using the latest beta from the website, and also from svn, but both give me the same error:

The following modules will not be built: Python support VST support Experimental features

I was able to get it to build without Python support, but when I ran the program there was a big empty white square over top of the main window (which otherwise looked very nice!). Unfortunately, this white square made the program unusable. I'm hoping that getting the Python module to build will fix that problem, whatever it is.

I'm running Python 2.6.6, and I don't know why it's not being recognized by the build scripts.

If anyonw could give me some help to get this to work, I would appreciate it.


Gary Millard

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  Instrument definitions - submit
Posted by: jpromis - 12-23-2011, 08:06 PM - Forum: Getting Help - Replies (3)


I have made .idf files for "KORG microSTATION". One for programs and one for combinations. I would like to upload them to muse project, so it can be included in muse release. Before I do that, I have two questions:
1. How can I upload, give files to project?
2. I've only defined patches, no controllers. There are 3 default controllers at the moment: Program, BankSelMSB, BankSelLSB. So my question is, should I leave it like that, so that users can add more if they need it, or should I try to populated it? Can I do it later, when I have more time? Physically there is joystick with x/y movement for pitch bend (x), modwhell (+y) and additional control (-y). Also there are four knobs with various assingments. I think there are to many posible CC mappings, so I don't know if I could map them all.

I would like here to thank developers for makeing Muse. I am crafting my first album with linux, and I'm using Muse (1.1) for it. It has great support for midi devices, instrument definitions makes it easy to choose patches, and overall it's a solid program. Of course, there is space for improvement, like lv2 support, and some other things.
Keep on developing, and thanks again.

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  bug in loading a song with hexter dssi
Posted by: jphaenlin - 11-12-2011, 02:23 PM - Forum: Getting Help - Replies (3)

I think I've found a bug (and a fix \o/). Hope the devs read the forum !
If I load a song with Hexter DSSI, with a custom bank loaded, Hexter is not loaded and Muse send an error related to the XML parser.
In the project file, a line like this is truncated :

<stringParam name="patches0" val="4096 apS7vHeAAAAAAAeHKIIA8RDHeO8AAAAAAAqK
I've modified xml.c like below and now it's ok :
void Xml::stoken()
      char buffer[4096*4];        //1024 --> 4096 jph 12-11-2011
      int i = 0;
      buffer[i] = c;
      for (;i < (4096*4)-1;) {    //1024 --> 4096 jph 12-11-2011
I don't know if it's the only modification that must be done to the xml parser, because I've not studied the program in depth, but I wanted to let you know, some tables are too shorts for certain DSSI synths.


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