Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] playing chords to help practise improvisation
From: Larry Troxler (lt_AT_westnet.com)
Date: Sun Dec 08 2002 - 21:07:46 EET
First of all, Peter, I am really sorry for that post of mine yesterday.
It was a bit undeserved and did not even address your question.
On Sat, 7 Dec 2002, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> comping into my 4 track would be great, but having a computer do it
> would be much better for a few reasons, like having the song play faster
> as i get more fluid, so i don't have to waste time playing changes
> every time i want to increase the speed any. another benefit is that i
> don't have to fiddle with a stereo, 4 track and casette tapes when i
> want to practise.
Ah no. I meant that you could do this using a sequencer.
> my question:
> how can i have my linux box play chord changes that i can practise to?
> someone has responded:
> midi sequencer. i only vaguely know what they are, but i'm going to
> look into the suggestions.
Yes, look into Muse, Jazz, and maybe Rosegarden.
Sorry again and good luck!
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