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ISDAMan
Post: Apr 8th 2008 at 9:36 PM

A program combining the abilities of TUXGUITAR & trckAxPC would be a dream come true. This would be the perfect marriage.


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Johnny
Post: Apr 9th 2008 at 2:30 AM

Google:

Your search - trckAxPC - did not match any documents.

:)


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ISDAMan
Post: Apr 9th 2008 at 5:17 AM

Here's a link on Freewarefiles.com http://www.freewarefiles.com/TrakAxPC-V_program_35964.html


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Johnny
Post: Apr 11th 2008 at 10:34 AM

Is this application anything special, beside it is, as it seems to me, ordinary sequencer application?

TuxGuitar operates with MIDI, and it is a MIDI sequencer. Adding support to real music signals is not planned at all, because there are a lot of applications for that purpose.

You still can write something in TuxGuitar, save it as MIDI and import into some sequencer application.


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ISDAMan
Post: Apr 11th 2008 at 3:56 PM

What free one do you know of that will import MIDI as well? I'd find that useful. Right now, I convert my MIDI. Track Ax is free and sequences audio & video, records audio, applies special effects, and is very easy to use, accurate, and gives complete & real time control.


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Julian
Post: Apr 11th 2008 at 6:26 PM

> What free one do you know of that will import MIDI as well
It depends on the midi file.
For allmost applications is very hard to open a "recorded" midi file. because that file was recorder on realtime by a human, and as a human don't have the exactly metronome presision, sometimes, it's so hard make the app able to read it fine.
But if you used any "editor" application, and export it to midi. that midi file will be perfect written. so another application will be able to open it well.

By other hand, there are some tools like "Jack" ( http://jackaudio.org/ ) what allow you to share sound beetween applications.
With jack server, you can play a file on tuxguitar, and capture the tuxguitar output on any audio editor with jack support. e.g: Ardour ( http://ardour.org/ )

At last, as Johnny sayed... tuxguitar was just planned as a "tablature editor" ( not as audio editor ).
I understand you need this feature, but tuxguitar can't give you that. if you want an appication what convine midi and audio, i can suggest you "Rosegarden" ( http://www.rosegardenmusic.com/ ).


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