MIDI on Linux; it shouldn't be this hard, should it?
Stewart C. Russell
scruss-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w at public.gmane.org
Fri Mar 7 03:15:53 UTC 2014
Is using a MIDI keyboard with Linux a world of pain, or am I doing
About the best I can do right now to get any sound from my Akai LPK25 (=
cheapo USB midi keyboard) is:
1) Start qjackctl
2) Open the Connections tab
3) Drag the LPK25 output over the Timidity++ input
4) Proceed to get a single generic piano sound via the keyboard in an
approximation of realtime.
Anything more adventurous fails to work.
It can't be a processing power issue. Is it just that no-one on Linux
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