[LAU] Thinking about my new composition studio : a notation editor (ly-compatible?) which might use jack or ALSA midi correctly?
malnourite at gmail.com
Wed Jun 12 16:22:33 UTC 2013
Have you checked out Laborejo yet? I'm not sure about the transport sync
capability, but it does play back over JACK MIDI, supports NSM, and exprots
On Wed, Jun 12, 2013 at 3:48 AM, Aurelien <tyranorl at free.fr> wrote:
> My basic question is : do you know a notation editor, which would also
> be a MIDI sequencer, which presents itself in ALSA MIDI or better in
> Jack MIDI, which supports jack transport, and which allows one to export
> in lilypond *AND* to write correct drums notation (with custom drummap
> if possible)?
> My entire problematic follows.
> I'm beginning to work on a new Sebkha-Chott album, and I've got kind of
> a dilemma.
> Several years ago, I was working with Rosegarden, for composition, which
> was quite cool, but the drums notation was crappy, and it looks it's
> always the case.
> Moreover, it doesn't fit exactly the needs I have now :
> - writing the notation for every organic musicians (bass, drums,
> guitars, horns, keyboards, vocals...) in a very readable and clean
> - writing the sequences for every synths, drummachine, samples, and so
> on ; for this, I'm thinking about writing the sequences in the
> matricial sequencer (seq24 or non-sequencer) I'm going to use onstage,
> and triggered them from the notation editor/sequencer, so that I don't
> have to write those sequences twice.
> That's why I'm looking for a MIDI sequencer/notation editor, which is
> jack transport capable, and so on.
> Any idea welcome!
> See you
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