rlrevell at joe-job.com
Thu Jan 12 23:16:03 EST 2006
On Thu, 2006-01-12 at 23:09 -0500, M P Smoak wrote:
> I usually don't say much 'round here. Tonight I said a bit.
> Maybe too much. Well, like Leon said, "the firewaters not
> the villain". We got a group together here right now that
> cooking. Playin' the realbook. and folk composing. and me
> recording. and me not able to get any of it for you folks
> to hear cause of 'copyright concerns'.
> and last weekend, Joe brought in a tape. an out of tune
> tape. sounded real good and we worked on it. but I ditched
> the keyboard and went to alto sax. it's easy to tune; kb
> is impossible now. (kb pitchbend has a spring; i'm not
> ripping into the kb to take it out (but I'm tempted0)).
> And that reminds me of using aplaymidi and ctrl-whatever
> to play midi file. And how I really like linux but how
> could I reccomend it to one of the folks I play with.
> I've probably said too much, so i continue with this
Sorry, I think I just misunderstood.
aplaymidi is really just for testing, it's not meant for serious use.
For regular MIDI playback, like Gene said, kmid is probably the best
As for the tuning slider, you are saying you want to be able to tune the
SBLive's synth? That's not supported unfortunately.
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