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Old 11-23-2007, 11:18 AM
Asmo Koskinen
 
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About MuseScore.

It worked out of box/source, both tar.gz and svn. It played notes out of
box and print them, too. To me MuseScore is looks very good after few
minutes testing :-) .

Devlopment seems to be quite fast, tar.gz is 0.7.0, svn 0.8.0.

MuseScore, svn - http://www.arkki.info/howto/MuseScore_svn.png
MuseScore print dialog, svn -
http://www.arkki.info/howto/MuseScore_svn_print.png
MuseScore, printed paper (Promenade demo), svn -
http://www.arkki.info/howto/MuseScore_print.png

I think there is any .deb files for installation, so you have to make
your own copy from source. But it is quite easy, even for non-developer
like me.

Best Regards Asmo Koskinen.

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Old 11-23-2007, 11:25 AM
"Luis de Bethencourt"
 
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Looking good. Let's see what Michael McIntyre says.

Luis de Bethencourt

On Nov 23, 2007 1:18 PM, Asmo Koskinen <asmo.koskinen@arkki.info> wrote:
>
> About MuseScore.
>
> It worked out of box/source, both tar.gz and svn. It played notes out of
> box and print them, too. To me MuseScore is looks very good after few
> minutes testing :-) .
>
> Devlopment seems to be quite fast, tar.gz is 0.7.0, svn 0.8.0.
>
> MuseScore, svn - http://www.arkki.info/howto/MuseScore_svn.png
> MuseScore print dialog, svn -
> http://www.arkki.info/howto/MuseScore_svn_print.png
> MuseScore, printed paper (Promenade demo), svn -
> http://www.arkki.info/howto/MuseScore_print.png
>
> I think there is any .deb files for installation, so you have to make
> your own copy from source. But it is quite easy, even for non-developer
> like me.
>
> Best Regards Asmo Koskinen.
>
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Old 11-29-2007, 08:54 PM
Toby Smithe
 
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On Fri, 2007-11-23 at 14:18 +0200, Asmo Koskinen wrote:
> About MuseScore.
>
> It worked out of box/source, both tar.gz and svn. It played notes out of
> box and print them, too. To me MuseScore is looks very good after few
> minutes testing :-) .

Right, from what I've seen, the current stable release - 0.7 - doesn't
support inputting notes. If it does, this is unintuitive at best and
buggy if not. I wouldn't recommend something with a key feature missing
as part of the distribution quite yet.

I have also begun the process of building a clean Debian package. I'm
working on linking to the Ubuntu-shipped version of FluidSynth.
Currently, I can build and run with this version and a small enough
patch, but the sound does not come out right (constant buzzing). I will
be looking further at the code to see if I can fix this this weekend. If
not, then looks like mScore will have to be built with its own version
of the synthesiser.

I will also be taking a look at the improvements in the SVN trunk, and
whether that is worth packaging over the 0.7 release: any regressions
would probably be minimal in comparison if note input has been fixed.

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Old 11-29-2007, 10:15 PM
"D. Michael McIntyre"
 
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On Thursday 29 November 2007, Toby Smithe wrote:

> Right, from what I've seen, the current stable release - 0.7 - doesn't
> support inputting notes. If it does, this is unintuitive at best and
> buggy if not. I wouldn't recommend something with a key feature missing
> as part of the distribution quite yet.

I haven't done any real work with it, but it's substantially functional, and
probably at least as functional as NoteEdit ever got.

It sounds like you're selling it short because you can't figure out how to do
anything with it. Intuitive, it's not.
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Old 11-30-2007, 08:08 PM
Toby Smithe
 
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On Thu, 2007-11-29 at 18:15 -0500, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
> On Thursday 29 November 2007, Toby Smithe wrote:
>
> > Right, from what I've seen, the current stable release - 0.7 - doesn't
> > support inputting notes. If it does, this is unintuitive at best and
> > buggy if not. I wouldn't recommend something with a key feature missing
> > as part of the distribution quite yet.
>
> I haven't done any real work with it, but it's substantially functional, and
> probably at least as functional as NoteEdit ever got.
>
> It sounds like you're selling it short because you can't figure out how to do
> anything with it. Intuitive, it's not.

Right, I had failed to realise one must use "N" to enter notes. It is
looking pretty good with that sorted, and I will persevere with the
packaging. I've subscribed to their mailing list, and will be asking
about their FluidSynth distribution.
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Old 01-10-2009, 06:43 AM
rolodoom
 
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Hello y'all

Ok, I'm trying out MuseScore and been searching a while and haven't
found a solution.

1. Can't get sound from MuseScore. I tried the enable sf2 synth using
alsa but anything. Haven't tried out jack 'cause haven't learn hoe to
use it yet
2. where is the instrument list? I would like to add some local
instruments to the score. I check preferences and it says
":/data/instruments.xml" but don't know where the f* that path is

I'm been writing on it and it's cool, but would be nice to enable playback.

Any help would be appreciated

RoLo


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> Date: Thu, 08 Jan 2009 11:53:58 -0700
> From: Gustin Johnson <gustin@echostar.ca>
> Subject: Re: Echoaudio audiofire12 success?
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>> I've googled these errors to death. Based on my report above can anyone
>> help narrow down the scope of my problem?
>>
>>
> I would start here:
> http://www.ffado.org/?q=documentation
>
> Also the 2.6.27 kernel has known issues with real time. This is expected
> to improve in the near future, but for now most of use have stayed at
> Ubuntu Studio 8.04
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> Hth,
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> Date: Thu, 08 Jan 2009 12:09:53 -0700
> From: Gustin Johnson <gustin@echostar.ca>
> Subject: Re: UBUNTU Studio 64bit or 32bit rt
> To: suemac@empire.net, Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion
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> suemac@empire.net wrote:
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>> Hi All,
>>
>> Just curious here.
>>
>> I currently have the 64bit version of Ubuntu Studio 8.10 loaded on my
>> laptop.
>>
>> Jack gets XRUNs regularly with freebob. No other apps running just freebob
>> connected to my FP10.
>>
>> I don't remember this being the case with 8.04 and the rt kernel.
>>
>> Since I haven't heard anything about an rt version of 8.10 (will there also
>> be a delay with 64bit rt?) on the horizon...
>>
>>
> This is a known issue. It depends on the rt patch for 2.6.28
> There should not be a time difference between 32 and 64 bit on x86
> processors.
>
>
>> - Is it possible to eliminate the XRUNs in the 64bit version without rt
>> kernel?
>>
>>
> Increase periods and buffers. Of course this also increases latency.
>
>
>> - If I want to do live recording should I just go back to 8.04?
>>
>>
> You could also build a 2.6.24 with the RT25 patch. The easiest thing to
> do is to go back to 8.04.
>
>
>> Different issue:
>>
>> - Does anyone know how to get the on board sound devices to show up in
>> Jack, WHILE freebob is in use? (After much research in the forums, getting
>> no response from either the JACK or Pulseaudio forums/irc channels, and
>> lots of tinkering I've been unable to find the secret...if it exists.)
>>
>
> I do not have a definitive answer, but I was pretty sure that you could
> only use one device at a time with jack.
>
> If there is a way to do it, I have not heard of it.
>
>> - Is there a way to configure the JACK freebob settings for low latency and
>> no XRUNs.
>>
>
> Probably a good idea to look here:
> http://www.ffado.org/?q=documentation
>
> Low latency AND no XRUNS pretty much depends on an RT kernel.
>
>
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> Date: Thu, 08 Jan 2009 22:22:57 +0100
> From: Hartmut Noack <zettberlin@linuxuse.de>
> Subject: Re: building 2.6.24 in an intrepid environment
> To: Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion
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> aYo Binitie schrieb:
>
>> I have to say I've had the opposite experience. I'm actually tempted to
>> upgrade all my machines to Intrepid but for the fact that I love both
>> interfaces and would like to keep both. I'd be interested to know what you
>> have found buggy with Intrepid
>>
>>
> - KDE4.1 is experimental at best and it is the ONLY option, no way to
> install KDE35 parallel.
>
> - The Presonus Firebox (FW-audio) that runs perfectly smooth in 64Studio
> and very well in Suse/JAD is not usable.
>
> - Neither xine nor pulseaudio are provided with their jackd-plugins - at
> least xine can work perfectly well with jackd since years....
>
> - The KDE3 delivered with 7.10 was able to export my desktop perfectly
> well to the VGA-out of my Laptop, in Intrepid no WM can zoome the output
> correctly...
>
> - 7.10 supported my NOKIA-Mobile plug/play, Intrepid does not even see it.
>
> in short: I dont think, there is a Ubuntu Studio 8.10 - I only hope for
> 9.04 to make things better....
>
>
>
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> Message: 4
> Date: Thu, 08 Jan 2009 14:46:11 -0700
> From: Gustin Johnson <gustin@echostar.ca>
> Subject: Re: building 2.6.24 in an intrepid environment
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> Hartmut Noack wrote:
>
>> aYo Binitie schrieb:
>>
>>> I have to say I've had the opposite experience. I'm actually tempted to
>>> upgrade all my machines to Intrepid but for the fact that I love both
>>> interfaces and would like to keep both. I'd be interested to know what you
>>> have found buggy with Intrepid
>>>
>>>
>> - KDE4.1 is experimental at best and it is the ONLY option, no way to
>> install KDE35 parallel.
>>
>> - The Presonus Firebox (FW-audio) that runs perfectly smooth in 64Studio
>> and very well in Suse/JAD is not usable.
>>
>> - Neither xine nor pulseaudio are provided with their jackd-plugins - at
>> least xine can work perfectly well with jackd since years....
>>
>> - The KDE3 delivered with 7.10 was able to export my desktop perfectly
>> well to the VGA-out of my Laptop, in Intrepid no WM can zoome the output
>> correctly...
>>
>> - 7.10 supported my NOKIA-Mobile plug/play, Intrepid does not even see it.
>>
>> in short: I dont think, there is a Ubuntu Studio 8.10 - I only hope for
>> 9.04 to make things better....
>>
>>
>
> You forgot to mention the lack of a real time kernel
>
> Also, I have two laptops that 8.10 seemed to break wireless. Both
> laptops have Intel adaptors (a 4965 in my netbook and 3945 in the
> Latitude). Building my own 2.6.28 resolved the issue.
>
> 8.10 is much better with KDE4.2, but you need to add an *unsupported*
> PPA apt source. Also 4.2 is even more bleeding edge. 3.5.x is MIA, and
> it would have been nice to have alongside the 4.x branch given the Beta
> nature of 4.x
>
> For Studio work 8.04 is really the only choice. Even on the Desktop, I
> see no compelling reason to move to 8.10
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> Message: 5
> Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2009 01:23:26 +0100
> From: "Khashayar Naderehvandi" <khashayar.lists@gmail.com>
> Subject: The future of backporting
> To: "Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion"
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> Dear all,
>
> I have joined the Studio -dev team in the hope that I will eventually
> become a dedicated backporter of core Ubuntu Studio applications. If
> all goes well, I will make sure that the latest upstream releases of
> these applications are packaged for the current development branch of
> Ubuntu, and that some of them are backported to the released and
> supported branches (namely hardy and intrepid at the moment).
>
> On our next meeting, one of the topics will be precisely this: Which
> applications are most important to have backported.
>
> With this email, I would like to ask the community for your input.
> Which packages matter? Which packages would you like to see
> backported? Which packages do you *need* to see backported? Are there
> any packages that you altogether miss from the archives? Is there
> anything else you'd like to comment on related to packaging?
>
> Please reply as soon as you can.
>
> All the best,
> Khashayar
>
>
>
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> Message: 6
> Date: Thu, 8 Jan 2009 19:28:42 -0500
> From: "Gregory Boehnlein" <damin@nacs.net>
> Subject: RE: The future of backporting
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>
>
>> Dear all,
>>
>> I have joined the Studio -dev team in the hope that I will eventually
>> become a dedicated backporter of core Ubuntu Studio applications. If
>> all goes well, I will make sure that the latest upstream releases of
>> these applications are packaged for the current development branch of
>> Ubuntu, and that some of them are backported to the released and
>> supported branches (namely hardy and intrepid at the moment).
>>
>> On our next meeting, one of the topics will be precisely this: Which
>> applications are most important to have backported.
>>
>> With this email, I would like to ask the community for your input.
>> Which packages matter? Which packages would you like to see
>> backported? Which packages do you *need* to see backported? Are there
>> any packages that you altogether miss from the archives? Is there
>> anything else you'd like to comment on related to packaging?
>>
>> Please reply as soon as you can.
>>
>
> I'll put a vote in for the latest Ardour, Jack and Alsa drivers!
>
>
>
>
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> Message: 7
> Date: Thu, 08 Jan 2009 18:30:24 -0800
> From: Scott <ubuntustudio@troutpocket.org>
> Subject: Re: The future of backporting
> To: Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion
> <ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com>
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> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed
>
> Gregory Boehnlein wrote:
>
>> I'll put a vote in for the latest Ardour, Jack and Alsa drivers!
>>
>
> I'll second your votes! I only installed this version to use Ardour connected to a
> firewire audio recording device (Echo Audio AF12).
>
> -Scott
>
>
>
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> Message: 8
> Date: Fri, 09 Jan 2009 07:16:44 +0100
> From: "laurent.bellegarde" <laurent.bellegarde@free.fr>
> Subject: Re: The future of backporting
> To: Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion
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> Khashayar Naderehvandi a ?crit :
>
>> Dear all,
>>
>> I have joined the Studio -dev team in the hope that I will eventually
>> become a dedicated backporter of core Ubuntu Studio applications. If
>> all goes well, I will make sure that the latest upstream releases of
>> these applications are packaged for the current development branch of
>> Ubuntu, and that some of them are backported to the released and
>> supported branches (namely hardy and intrepid at the moment).
>>
>> On our next meeting, one of the topics will be precisely this: Which
>> applications are most important to have backported.
>>
>> With this email, I would like to ask the community for your input.
>> Which packages matter? Which packages would you like to see
>> backported? Which packages do you *need* to see backported? Are there
>> any packages that you altogether miss from the archives? Is there
>> anything else you'd like to comment on related to packaging?
>>
>> Please reply as soon as you can.
>>
>> All the best,
>> Khashayar
>>
>>
>>
> Hi,
>
> congratulations for the future work.
>
> in www.lprod.org project, video editing for newbies, we try to improve
> support for multimedia software...
>
> to improved video editing,
>
> In ubuntu 8.04, we left kdenlive 0.7, it seems to be done in 8.10
> in 8.04 and 8.10, last release of kino, dvgrab.
> In 8.04, we need also a newer ffmpeg release to improve avchd support,
> h264 AVC encoding for hard disk, memory card, dvd HD camrecorder
> in 8.04, we need lastest release of mpalyer/mencoder
> In 8.04, we need the lastest openmovie editor
>
>
> in 8.04 and in 8.10, we can't install and use jashaka 2.0 (maybe 3.0 has
> release) since dapper, no one has done the backport, large left for
> video special effects under GNU/Linux
>
> in 8.04 and in 8.10, we left to smile (old name manslide) in deb package.
>
> Many works, if you could do only one, the most important is ffmpeg
> lastest release for avchd support.
>
> Thanks and bye,
>
> Laurent from France.
>
>
>
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> Message: 9
> Date: Fri, 09 Jan 2009 16:20:33 -0200
> From: Pietro Bergamo <bergamopietro@yahoo.com.br>
> Subject: Re: The future of backporting
> To: Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion
> <ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com>
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>
> Em Sex, 2009-01-09 ?s 01:23 +0100, Khashayar Naderehvandi escreveu:
>
>> Dear all,
>>
>> I have joined the Studio -dev team in the hope that I will eventually
>> become a dedicated backporter of core Ubuntu Studio applications. If
>> all goes well, I will make sure that the latest upstream releases of
>> these applications are packaged for the current development branch of
>> Ubuntu, and that some of them are backported to the released and
>> supported branches (namely hardy and intrepid at the moment).
>>
>> On our next meeting, one of the topics will be precisely this: Which
>> applications are most important to have backported.
>>
>> With this email, I would like to ask the community for your input.
>> Which packages matter? Which packages would you like to see
>> backported? Which packages do you *need* to see backported? Are there
>> any packages that you altogether miss from the archives? Is there
>> anything else you'd like to comment on related to packaging?
>>
>> Please reply as soon as you can.
>>
>> All the best,
>> Khashayar
>>
>>
>
> I would like to have the latest Pure Data with externals.
> Congratulations for your initiative and to all at the Ubuntu Studio
> team,
> Pietro
>
>
>
>
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>
> Message: 10
> Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2009 20:54:32 +0100
> From: Fabien Juchniewicz <fabien@juchniewicz.eu>
> Subject: Re: The future of backporting
> To: Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion
> <ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com>
> Message-ID: <200901092054.33009.fabien@juchniewicz.eu>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"
>
> Le Friday 09 January 2009 01:23:26 Khashayar Naderehvandi, vous avez ?crit :
>
>> Dear all,
>>
>> I have joined the Studio -dev team in the hope that I will eventually
>> become a dedicated backporter of core Ubuntu Studio applications. If
>> all goes well, I will make sure that the latest upstream releases of
>> these applications are packaged for the current development branch of
>> Ubuntu, and that some of them are backported to the released and
>> supported branches (namely hardy and intrepid at the moment).
>>
>> On our next meeting, one of the topics will be precisely this: Which
>> applications are most important to have backported.
>>
>> With this email, I would like to ask the community for your input.
>> Which packages matter? Which packages would you like to see
>> backported? Which packages do you *need* to see backported? Are there
>> any packages that you altogether miss from the archives? Is there
>> anything else you'd like to comment on related to packaging?
>>
>> Please reply as soon as you can.
>>
>> All the best,
>> Khashayar
>>
>
> All,
>
> Here you may find good Hardy backported packages :
> http://ubuntufromscratch.wordpress.com/
>
> My 0.02?
>
> /Fabien
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Old 01-10-2009, 07:18 AM
rolodoom
 
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Hello I installed the latest version from MuseScore website and still
doesn't get any sound.

Here is the message from terminal:

rolodoom@rolodoom:/usr/share/mscore-0.9/templates$ mscore
Suspending PulseAudio
Alsa_driver: the interface doesn't support mmap-based access.
init ALSA audio driver failed
init ALSA driver failed
init audio driver failed
sequencer init failed

Ok,

Thanks


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