[LAD] starting out with tux audio
algomantra at gmail.com
Wed Jun 18 02:39:43 UTC 2008
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On 6/18/08, AlgoMantra <algomantra at gmail.com> wrote:
> Do you have any midi-keyboard around? Because stdio won't tell you that
>> a key has been released, only that it has been hit.
> Interesting!!! It'll be fun to find a way around this.
> This limits the "toy
>> Casio experience" somewhat ... There is of course a workaround - given
>> that you have root permission, you could read the keyboard
>> from /dev/input/ instead. This is unfortunately a bit like having a
>> "keyboard sniffer" installed, which may not be ideal in your
>> environment. Next step up the ladder I think is fullblown X ...
>> A virtual midi-keyboard would solve that, perhaps vkeybd?
> Just for myself, I would love to play with a lot of different external
> HIDs actually..I'm planning to code for playing C code music with
> one of those old Nintendo joysticks modded for USB. It's quite
> cheap here (around $8 USD).
> But the class I teach coding barely knows how to TYPE!!!! Grrrr....
>> ------- -.-
>> 1/f ))) --.
>> ------- ...
1/f ))) --.
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