Re: music maker
On Wed, 2004-01-28 at 14:07, Roy Pluschke wrote:
> On January 28, 2004 02:58 am, Stephen Turner wrote:
> > Hi guys,
> > I have search the debian webpage. Not completely, as there is a load of
> > stuff. I am looking for a program, for debian. To make music, without
> > the need to have some kind of input device for sounds. Is there such a
> > thing?
> > If so, could you recommend a easy to use one?
> > Many Thanks
> noteedit - to graphically enter notes on a staff and playback with midi
> rosegarden4 0.96 - sequencer / notation editor (Cubase clone)
> soundtracker - the best tracker for linux IMHO
> timidity - for midi if you don't have a hardware synth for playback
> Noteedit is probably the easiest to use. Start timidity in "server mode"
> (timidity -Os -iA -B2,8 &) and then configure noteedit to use the softsynth
> and you are set.
> Good luck
> Thanks R.J.P,
i tried the options ( timidity -0s -iA -B2,8 & ) but it doesn't work.
That i should check the timidety.cfg file. I read the file, but it does
not make anything clear.
How do i start imidity in server mode?