[linux-audio-dev] [Fwd: Re: [linux-audio-user] DSP2000 C-PORT and MIDI input]
eviltwin69 at cableone.net
Mon Apr 26 12:56:10 UTC 2004
I have tons of C programming experience and a little C++. I also have
a DSP2000 C-Port. Unfortunately I don't have any MIDI devices or know
anything about MIDI. Is there anything I can do to help?
On Mon, 2004-04-26 at 04:40, Lukas Degener wrote:
> Hi everybody and sorry for posting this to both, lad and alsa-dev,
> i was not sure which one fits better.
> Concerning the issue with non-functional midi in on the DSP2000 c-port:
> Someone on lau(Clemens?) said the problem is a lack of information an
> how to enable some interrupts.
> Matthew Skinner contacted me a couple of days ago (actualy replying to a
> thread on lau, i think), offereing to provide the missing info +
> additional help.
> Anyone interested and able to do the required changes should contact
> him: matt at sound-music.com
> the original "dialog" is attached below. I'm sorry, it is a little
> cluttered by my mail client :-) hope you can read it anyway.
> Kind Regards,
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Lukas Degener" <AFBLukas at gmx.de>
> To: "Matthew Skinner, Sound and Music Tech Support" <matt at sound-music.com>
> Sent: Saturday, April 24, 2004 5:50 AM
> Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] DSP2000 C-PORT and MIDI input
> > Matthew Skinner, Sound and Music Tech Support wrote:
> > > If you can program in c++ and want to get the midi io working on the
> > > cport then let me know what you need.
> > I doubt my programming skills are sufficient to perform ad-hoc
> > modifications on the alsa driver layer, at least not without a
> > exorbitant amount of spare time, which i currently heavily lack :-)
> > As for what is needed/missing: As Clemens said on lau:
> > > Currently, this bug cannot be fixed because nobody knows how to enable
> > > MIDI interrupts on this card.
> > I'm not familiar with driver programming, so i can only vaguely guess,
> > that there is a lack of specifications on certain parts of the c-port
> > hardware.
> > If you can provide this information, i imagine the alsa developers would
> > much apreciate it. It would propably make sense to post your offer on
> > one of their mailing lists.
> > Kind regards,
> > Lukas
> I dont know the best mailinglist to post to or I probably would do so. I can
> provide the missing information and some more help.
> If you want to find someone with the time, knowledge and passion to write
> the extra code for linux then get them to contact myself.
> Matthew Skinner
> Sound and Music Technical Support
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