[LAD] send midi message
davers at dds.nl
Sun Jan 8 10:48:48 UTC 2012
So I tried jak midi , that's also an option.
Still have to figure out the process-callback in the context of my program.
What my program does is the following:
I have a simple usb drum kit, that is actually just working a gamepad
and recognized as /dev/input/js1
I can use the jostick examples from linux + jack midi
to make Hydrogen play a sound on action on one of the drum-pads.
So I think I can just make a buffer with one midinote en let the callback
On 08-01-12 00:31, Paul Davis wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 7, 2012 at 5:13 PM, Dan Muresan<danmbox at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> writing Linux applications. You know: Linux usage is absolutely marginal, also
>>> among musicians and audio professionals. I find Jack MIDI unsuitable for my
>>> use cases, so I usually don't use it.
>> It would be interesting to know which use cases you are encountering?
> if you write apps that have to deal with lots of arbitrary sized
> sysexes (eg. patch librarians and that sort of thing), JACK MIDI is
> cumbersome at best, unusable at worst. that's the main example i'm
> familiar with.
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