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Brendan Rodgers claimed there was "no embarrassment" in losing his first game as Celtic boss against part-time Lincoln Red Imps. Ok, before you get annoyed by my nagging questions: I think seriously that any future word processor that is able to read an audio recording, should at least be able to replay the audio part correctly if I listen to it using this word processor.

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Please note, this is nothing personal against MuseScore, it is just that I want to become a little more knowledgeable about things I know next to nothing about. But this is in contradiction to your "Lacking even very basic information like whether a note should be spelled F or Gb". Now I am confused! Please help me out. In reply to Ok, before you get annoyed by by musecub. It tells an instrument channel to turn on a pitch and then off again and contains some information on how loud to play that note etc.

It can effectively "play" instruments that are MIDI-enabled but it has significant limitations as a file format for the transfer of information regarding printed scores. The problem here is that it looks as though we're stuck using MIDI as a common intermediary for that file transfer so, regarding the original problem, I have in the past experimented with various music notation software - MusE, Canorus, Lilypond, Denemo, NotEd and even Nted but gave them up when I discovered MuseScore.

Today I resurrected them and played about. I did this in xubuntu MuseScore provides MIDI import because it is possible to do at least a crude job of it, and as a last resort, this can occasionally be useful. Not only can it not represent the difference between F and Gb, it also has no way of indicating thngs like staccato marks, accents, slurs, dynamics, chord symbols, text markings, what clefs to use, etc. And it should guess right half the time, of course.

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I just tried it with Reunion, and that's about right. Second measure MuseScore guessed right. But third measure, again, the accidentals are all wrong. And surely you noticed how much else got lost? The result does not look anywhere near how the original looked. All of the multi-voice passages have been lost, all of the markings lost, tuplets lost, etc.

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It's only barely recognizable as the same piece, and is essentially unreadable. I was talking about turning it into text. And you have to realize, word processors are all about the appearance of the text, just as MuseScore is all about the appearance of a score. The fact that it happens to also play back the score is merely a convenience, but the point of the portram is producing sheet music. Thank vou very much, too, for your detailed explanations!

You finally convinced me about the limitations of MIDI. Then I copied the wrong "drum" notes into the new empty drumset staff, and, lo and behold, the notes magically transformed into drum notation, and a "real" drum staff appeared, and after I had deleted the the wrong "drum" notes in the fake staff, the piece did sound like the original MIDI, at least to my musically untrained ears: Could I do it more simple and faster, please? In reply to Marc Sabatella by musecub. The way I meant to get the percussion staff to display correctly is to right click an empty spot in the staff, select Staff Properties from the right click menu, then hit Change Instrument and select one of the Drumset options.

But then, the copy and paste method takes only a couple of seconds more, so you weren't that far off. Considering you only have to do this once per piece of music, those few seconds aren't that onerous. The reason any of this is necessary is that MuseScore apparently doesn't recognize that this is supposed to be a drum part. I suspect the only thing in the MIDI file that probably conveys that information is the convention that anything on channel 10 is probably percussion - not true always, but it's a common way of working, and the "General MIDI" standard does work that way.

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So a lot of programs probably do just sort of assume that anything on channel 10 is percussion, and I'm guessing that's how the other program you use was able to guess correctly in this case.. I was looking for a program just to input a few notes. I was shocked how much diskspace Rosegarden used up on my humble computer. Therefore I deinstalled it, and found Noteedit, and later NtEd.

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  7. However, I have to check this more carefully since I was switching between Linux-Xubuntu and Windows 8, a little bit carelessly. One thing is for certain, though:. In reply to Sorry,. I think you must have done something wrong.