[LAU] Thinking about my new composition studio : a notation editor (ly-compatible?) which might use jack or ALSA midi correctly?

david gnome at hawaii.rr.com
Wed Jun 12 19:35:20 UTC 2013

Hmm, I'm happy with Rosegarden. It does scores better than most 
sequencers. I don't use the drum parts of it, though, so can't comment 
on how well that works or doesn't work.

On 06/12/2013 09:26 AM, Paul Davis wrote:
> laborejo is a product of Nils Gey.
> On Wed, Jun 12, 2013 at 2:59 PM, Aurelien wrote:
>     Oh, well, I'm going to check that, this might be fantastic, and once
>     again comes from your side, male!!!
>     Musescore is really good, actually, but no jack transport, and the midi
>     implementation is a bit short, I find (or didn't find how to set it up).
>     On Wed, Jun 12, 2013 at 07:47:06PM +0200, David Adler wrote :
>      > On 6/12/13, J. Liles wrote:
>      > > 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
>      > > to lilypond.
>      >
>      > Basic start/stop Jack-Transport support has been added in the
>     latest release.
>      > http://laborejo.org/News/6_Laborejo_Release_version_08

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