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Old 07-25-2012, 08:34 AM   #1
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Muse sequencer


Hello,

I've got a problem with Muse sequencer, after an update I guess : it does not connect itself anymore with Alsa and Qsynth.

It appears in Qjackctl in "Audio", but not in "Alsa", and, of course, I cannot connect as usual in "Muse Settings"/"Midi Ports" with putting "Synth input", normally connecting with Qsynth and the soundfont.

I am using Fedora17, 64 bits, KDE, and muse2.0-2.fc17.x86_64.rpm from the repository of my distro.

Rosegarden works fine.

Someone has the same problem as me ?
 
  


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