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Laborejo

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For program version 2.0 Beta 1

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Laborejo (Esperanto: Workshop) is a MIDI sequencer based on classical music notation. -Its main purpose is to compose and produce “traditional” music, such as instrumental pieces, -soundtracks and other music normally played back by samplers.

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Unlike other notation editors Laborejo is not meant primarily to print out sheets of notation but -to create music for your computer: You get all the tools you know from other midi sequencers for -maximum fine control to get exactly the music you want!

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Working in Laborejo is very fast and efficient by using a combination of midi input and typing.

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This README is just a short introduction. Consult the manual (see below) for more information.

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Contact and Information

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Installation and Starting

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Download

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Release Version

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If the latest release is not available through your package manger you can build it yourself: -Download the latest code release on https://www.laborejo.org/downloads and extract it.

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Git Version

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It is possible to clone a git repository.

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git clone --recurse-submodules https://laborejo.org/laborejo2.git

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If you want to update at a later date you must use

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git pull --recurse-submodules

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Dependencies

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Build Dependencies

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Environment:

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Build

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./configure --prefix=/usr/local
-make
-sudo make install
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Starting

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There are multiple ways to run Laborejo which should give you the flexibility to configure your -system as you want.

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We make no distinction if you installed Laborejo yourself or through the distributions package-manager.

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The differences are: With or without NSM, with or without sound, installed or from the source dir.

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Installed with Non Session Manager (recommended)

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Starting Laborejo through the Non Session Manager after you installed laborejo2 system-wide -is the recommended and only supported way. Start non-session-manager and load or create a new -session. Then use the button “Add Client to Session” and type in laborejo2. -It should appear with an icon in the list and open its GUI.

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Installed without NSM

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If you start laborejo2 directly it will present you with a dialog to choose your session directory.

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You can also start laborejo2 from a terminal (or create a starter script).

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laborejo2 --save DIRECTORY

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Uses the given directory to save. The dir will be created or loaded from if already present. Use -the applications file menu to save (Ctrl+s).

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You can use this to load and save the files from an existing NSM session. If you create a new -directory you can copy it manually to an NSM session directory, but that requires renaming the -directory to append the unique ID provided by NSM.

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Sending SIGUSR1 to the program in this mode will trigger a save.

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Closing through your window manager in this mode will actually quit the application without a -prompt to save changes.

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From source directory

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You can run Laborejo after extracting the release archive or cloning from git, without installation.

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Calfbox

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“Calfbox” is the name of our internal realtime midi/audio python module.

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From source directory with NSM

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The developer uses this way to develop and use the software, so it will always be as stable as the -compiled version. But it is a bit less performant than building and installing it.

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After extracting the release archive create a symlink from laborejo2 into your PATH. e.g. /usr/bin -or ~/bin, if that exists on your system.

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If you compiled without installing you can also symlink to ./laborejo2.bin

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From source dir without NSM

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Use ./laborejo2 --save (see above). If you compiled without installing you can also run ./laborejo2.bin

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No NSM, no Make, No Sound

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Combining the above options you can start the program directly after unpacking or cloning from git:

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./laborejo2 --save /tmp --mute

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Or even shorter:

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./laborejo2 -s /tmp -m

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This is the minimal run mode which is only useful for testing and development. But if you only want -to look at the GUI and are not in the mood to install anything -including dependencies-, go ahead.

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