[Ardour-Users] Midi replay problems

fred f.rech at yahoo.fr
Mon Jul 11 12:16:56 PDT 2011

Le 11/07/2011 20:18, Paul Davis a écrit :
> On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 1:28 PM, David Kastrup<dak at gnu.org>  wrote:
>> David Kastrup<dak at gnu.org>  writes:
>>>> On Mon, 2011-07-11 at 17:21 +0200, David Kastrup wrote:
>>>>> Ardour3b9 refuses to import files with names like "BEGUINE.MID" into
>>>>> tracks (the canonical file name on DOS floppy disks, more or less a
>>>>> standard medium for sequencers) even though the file selector gives them
>>>>> an icon suggesting a music file (two semiquaver notes).
>>>>> Renaming them into "beguine.midi" will make this work, but I really
>>>>> think that ardour should recognize the DOS style extensions without
>>>>> additional prodding.
>>> The above example was straight from
>>> <URL:http://www.ketronus.com/zip/MS40%20Disks.zip>
>> Apropos: I have now imported "BALLAD.MID" from the above-mentioned disk
>> set.  When replaying through an Ardour track, it sounds like a cat
>> playing with the turntable, including speedups, slowdowns and pitch
>> going up and down.  The original does include bends and slides, but is
>> not out of whack in that manner.
>> Timidity does not have the respective voices/channels, so I can't check
>> replay there.  Can anybody check the results on a non-Ketron expander?
> I'm playing it back via the mda ePiano LV2 plugin and I'm not hearing
> anything that really matches what you've described above. I don't have
> any GM-compatible synthesizers around.
May we have a real list of lv2 working plugins, please ?

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