[linux-audio-user] ShakeTracker+ASecVew->bristol = ?
fpirrone at localnet.com
Mon Oct 7 20:44:01 EDT 2002
> I've tried to control the Bristol synth by
> ShakeTracker+ASeqView (running as it is explained
> in "HOWTO Use MIDI Sequencers With Softsynths")
> I run bristol with "-midi seq" option.
> It works in principle...
> But I got the following strange behavior:
> the tones the Bristol produces are one note late of what must be done.
> But the timing is correct.
> I mean if I write in Saketracker:
> In Bristol it is played like:
> So the questions are:
> Who's fault this is? Bristol's, aseqview's, shaketracker's, alsa-seq's or mine :) ?
> How can I debug this by myself?
> I mean how can I trace the midi data sent?
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Sorry that I am not familiar with Bristol, but have been delighted with the
interoperability of these applications:
Alsa, Jack, iiwusynth, fluid-r3-gm.sf2, Muse, Ardour, qjackconnect, and kaconnect.
If I launch iiwusynth like this:
iiwusynth -a alsa -m alsa_seq -V /usr/local/lib/soundfonts/fluid-r3-gm.sf2
key in gain 1.2 and prog 0 17
open kaconnect and connect my MidiSport interface box port to the iiwusynth port (72:0
turn on my CPS-101 and play away. Awesome Hammond organ sound and a display of all
MIDI events scrolling in the xterm.
If I do the same with Jack (iiwusynth -a jack etc.) I can connect meterbridge with
qjackconnect and have a couple of VU meters running on the screen as I play
meterbridge -r -12 -t vu iwysynth:left iiwusynth:right
Now, if I open the MIDI sequencer MusE, I can connect to the external soft synth under
its ports dialog, and if I open Ardour, I can connect a couple of routes to the output
of MusE and record wave files!
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