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 +====== Tutorial: Midi-Track to Audio-Track with the Rosegarden Sequencer ======
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 +A quick and rough Tutorial, how to record a Midi-track played
 +in Rosegarden to an Audio-track in Rosegarden using QSynth (a GUI for Fluidsynth).
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 +  1. First start jackd (I recommend to use qjackctl for doing that. You can see the created connections there too.)
 +  ​
 +  2. Start QSynth (in the options, select jack as audio driver/​output). Load a SoundFont(TM Creative Technologies Ldt.).
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 +  3. Start Rosegarden
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 +  4. In RG, in the device manager create a new device, name it QSYNTH and connect it to QSynth ​
 +  (the entry is called somehow like "131:0 snyth input port (qsynth:0) (write)"​)
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 +  5. Select a MIDI track. In the playback parameter panel choose the QSYNTH device as output. ​
 +  Further select instrument, channel and program for the track using the QSYNTH device.
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 +  6. For a testing purpose, you can playback the midi track now. You should hear it.
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 +  7. select an AUDIO track. Make it stereo. As input select "In 1"
 +
 +  8. use QJackCtls connection dialog (audio-connections)
 +  - delete the connection system input (capture) ==> rosegarden (record)
 +  - connect qsynth to rosegarden (record) input
 +  - (optional: delete qsynth ==> system playback (out) )
 +
 +  9. In Rosegarden activate the audio track for recording (red LED)
 +
 +  10. Press the record button in the Rosegarden transport panel. ​
 +  The playback starts and the midi track is being recorded to the audio track. ​
 +  (Note: If you de-connected QSynth from system-playback,​ you may not hear anything now)
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