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witch sequencer is better to work with hydrogen

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dyno
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Hi everybody,

I've never used any midi sequencer in Linux, and before learning to use one of us, I would like to know if anyone of them have a better implementation of hydrogen in it.
Because i love your drum machine!!!
This is the first audio software that I've used in linux, and this is a really good job.
Thx to your works.

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boelthorn
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I have the same question: Producing a nice drum line is very easy with hydrogen and it even works on FreeBSD without problems. Kudos! But what sequencer works nicely with hydrogen?

dyno
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it seems possible to import hydrogen files to rosegarden, but how can we use the hydrogens sounds in it?
I am not really forced to use only rosegarden, and if you know any soft witch can do that I will be very glade to learn it name.
to boelthorn did you have tested anyone?
If no one can help us we could search together?
Thx

http://www.idecibel.com

dyno
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I'm going to try with rosegarden.

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dyno
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I've tested with muse and they have made a great integration of hydrogen.
:-)

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neilm
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I've just got Hydrogen working in Rosegarden, as a Midi input (not using the import feature). It works quite nice, but could be better--you add various drums using the Matrix editor, so they're labelled as notes rather than by the percussion names. It's nowhere near as much fun as making loops in Hydrogen :)

The import feature hasn't worked for me as of yet--it doesn't produce any sound.

Time to play around with it some more...