[LAU] WX5 MIDI mapping

Milan Lazecky espiritocz at gmail.com
Mon Sep 2 15:26:39 UTC 2013

Dear Tim, dear Paul,

thank you. I just tried Muse - mapped some soundfont there and recorded
some melody and.... I got my first notation :)
Thank you.
Anyway, aseqdump is running and showing "Pitch bend", "Control change",
another "Control change" - all the time.. so maybe Rosegarden got a bit
crazy because of these - or I have done something wrong that time ..
Anyway, now I got into it. Thanks to you guys, cheers!


2013/9/2 Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com>

> use aseqdump to create a trace of the incoming MIDI stream. post it here.
> On Sun, Sep 1, 2013 at 10:57 PM, Milan Lazecky <espiritocz at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I am sorry for a beginner question, but your advice would be helpful..
>> I have an electronic saxophone, Yamaha WX5.
>> I use with MIDI->USB, using Qsynth (through jack), the sound is working
>> well, but every time I try to record midi footage, using either rosegarden
>> or ardour3, the midi record is:
>> - in strange tones (the melody is there, but notes are transposed for +32
>> or -32) (note that using Qsynth, or connecting with virtual keyboard, the
>> notes are ok...)
>> - when I try to transpose the recorded melody to normal scale, it doesn't
>> play anything (yes, I map some midi instrument there, but it seems like if
>> there is some strange volume=0 was set, or I don't know - but I haven't
>> found a way to set it to other values)
>> I know it is very messy question. But maybe you know what is wrong in my
>> case.. maybe to try another software, or I miss some settings there?
>> Thank you very much.
>> Milan
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