Jonathan E. Brickman jeb at ponderworthy.com
Wed Aug 29 13:11:30 CEST 2018

I need lossless JACK MIDI networking outside of JACK's built-in
networking, and not multicast unless someone can tell me
straightforwardly how to get multicast (qmidinet) to run within
localhost as well as outside it.  Thus I am thinking of trying my hand
at using the Mido library to bridge JACK MIDI and TCP.  I have never
done this sort of coding before, programmatorially I am mostly a deep
scripting guy, Python-heavy with a bunch of Bash on Linux, Powershell-
heavy on Windows of late, with a pile of history on back in Perl on
both and VBA on Windows.  Anyone have
hints...suggestions...alternatives...a best or better starting
place?  Right now I don't want the applets to do GUI at all, I just
want them to sit quietly in xterms, on JACK servers, keeping
connection, and passing MIDI data to and fro, as other processes and
devices bring it.

Jonathan E. Brickman   jeb at ponderworthy.com    (785)233-9977
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