[LAD] Capturing MIDI from Windows program running under Wine?

Jacek Konieczny jajcus at jajcus.net
Fri Jun 15 09:25:48 CEST 2018

On 2018-06-14 22:14, Clemens Ladisch wrote:
> Christopher Arndt wrote:
>> I have a proprietary Windows application (tc electronic TonePrint
>> editor) running under Wine, which talks to a class-compliant* USB MIDI
>> device (Flashback delay pedal).
>> I'd like to monitor, what MIDI data the application is sending to the
>> device.
> Does Wine use sequencer ports?  Then you could configure the snd-seq-dummy
> module to use duplex ports, tell the editor to use that, and connecte the
> other ends to the actual port.  You can then use aseqdump to monitor the
> ports.

Unfortunately wine opens the MIDI sequencer ports with no permissions to
change their connections (with aconnect or qjackctl) – I have learned
that when trying to to some other wine MIDI magic. A trivial patch would
probably fix that, bu I haven't tried that yet.


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