[LAU] JACK-native MIDI monitor?

Ivan Tarozzi itarozzi at gmail.com
Thu Jan 20 09:13:45 UTC 2011

Il giorno mer, 19/01/2011 alle 11.44 +1100, Leigh Dyer ha scritto: 
> Hi all,
> Does anyone know of a MIDI monitor (a la KMidimon, or Qmidiroute, which 
> I usually use) that has native support for JACK MIDI? I recently 
> upgraded to a Saffire PRO 40 Firewire audio interface, and its MIDI 
> ports, which are exposed via JACK only, don't seem to be working 
> consistently, at least when used with ALSA apps via a2jmidid. I'm pretty 
> sure there's nothing wrong with a2jmidid, but it'd still be nice to take 
> it out of the equation for debugging purposes.
> I did fine one app, called Midimon:
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/midimon/
> but I'm not sure if it's still maintained; it had some build issues (but 
> they were easy enough to fix).
> Thanks
> Leigh
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I resend my message in the right thread:

You can use Qsynth also:
- select jack as qsynth midi driver (setup menu->midi driver)
- in the same setuo window enable "verbose MIDI events msg"
- connect to your hardware port
- use the messages window to see midi commands


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