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Re: Using a USB MIDI controller as input for LMMS
On Thu, Mar 25, 2021 at 10:51:50AM +0100, Matthias Petermann wrote:
> Hi Nia,
> Am 25.03.21 um 10:38 schrieb nia:
> > Are you sure it isn't /dev/rmidi1?
> > The last line in your dmesg output indicates it has attaches as midi1.
> You are right:
> mpeterma@x230Mk10 ~ [SIGINT|SIGINT]> cat /dev/rmidi1|hexdump
> 0000000 01b0 b072 7101 01b0 b070 6f01 01b0 b06e
> 0000010 6d01 01b0 b06c 6b01 01b0 b06a 6901 01b0
> 0000020 b068 6701 01b0 b066 6501 01b0 b064 6301
> 0000030 01b0 b062 6101 01b0 b060 5e01 01b0 b05d
> 0000040 5c01 01b0 b05a 5901 01b0 b058 5701 01b0
> 0000050 b056 5501 01b0 b053 5201 01b0 b051 5001
> ( I tried this with /dev/rmidi0 before and got a "Device not configured" )
> Anyway, LMMS still doesn't receive any input from the controller.
> > The code "looks like it should work". Sadly, I haven't had an opportunity
> > to test LMMS with a real MIDI keyboard - I use a computer keyboard.
> > The code and support in fluidsynth is very similar.
> I'll check out fluidsynth... maybe there is a pattern.
> Kind regards
It looks like LMMS honors the "MIDIDEV" environment variable.
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