Details for testcase: Qsynth



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ID1675
TitleQsynth
LinkNo link provided
Part of testsuitesUbuntu Studio LTS Mandatory

RevisionWritten on the 2016-02-01 12:34 by flocculant
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This test will check if Qsynth opens properly from the FAMILY menu

Open Qsynth from the INSTRUMENT sub-menu in the AUDIO section of the FAMILY menu.
Qsynth opens and starts JACK.
Open QjackCtl from the AUDIO section of the FAMILY menu to verify that Jack is started.
QjackCtl GUI opens and the audio-server is already running.
In the QjackCtl GUI, click on the "Connect" Button.
The "Connection" windows opens.
Click on the "Audio" tab of the window that opens.
The Audio-tab is displayed and Qsynth has an entry in the Readable clients section, that is connected to the entry named "system" in the writable client section.

This test will check if Qsynth can load sound-fonts.
Make sure you followed the steps above first.

In the Qsynth window, locate the "Setup" button and press it.
The setup window opens.
In the setup window, locate the "Soundfonts"-tab and click on it.
The "Soundfonts"-tab displays with an "open" button on the right-hand side of it.
Press the "Open" button.
A file browsing dialog opens up at the location /usr/share/sounds/sf2/ displaying a file called "FluidR3_GM.sf2".
Select the file "FluidR3_GM.sf2" and press "Open".
"FluidR3_GM.sf2" is loaded and listed in the "Soundfonts"-tab of Qsynth setup window.
Click the "OK" button in the Qsynth Setup window.
The setup window closes.

This test will check if Qsynth can output sound with the loaded SoundFont.
Make sure you followed the steps above first.

Start the program "Virtual MIDI keyboard" from the MIDI UTILITIES sub-menu of the AUDIO section in the FAMILY menu.
"Virtual MIDI keyboard" opens.
In the QjackCtl GUI, press the "Connect" button.
In the "connections" windows that opens up, locate the "ALSA"-tab and click on it.
In the "Readable Clients" section, select the entry with "Virtual Keyboard" in the name. In the "Writable Clients" section, select the entry with "FLUID Synth" in the name.
Still in the "ALSA"-tab of the connections window in the QjackCtl GUI, with both previously selected readable/writable entries highlighted, press the button labeled "Connect".
A line is drawn between the "Virtual Keyboard" entry and the "Fluid Synth" entry.
Focus the "Virtual Keyboard" window, and click on a note key.
Sound is being played back.

If all actions produce the expected results listed, please submit a 'passed' result.
If an action fails, or produces an unexpected result, please submit 'failed' and file a bug. Please be sure to include the bug number when you submit your result

RevisionWritten on the 2015-12-16 15:37 by flocculant