[linux-audio-user] MIDI stopped working
marc_contrib at ramonvinyes.es
Mon Feb 28 17:19:22 EST 2005
En/na John Check ha escrit:
>On Saturday 26 February 2005 08:31 pm, MarC wrote:
>>I upgraded my debian testing and now MIDI doesn't work anymore.
>>Before I could load soundfonts normally and now I get:
>>marc at marcbcn:~$ sfxload
>>No AWE synth device is found
>>any clue about how to solve it? (google wasn't enough...)
>>thanks in advance,
>>I wouldn't be a debian user without such great mailing lists as LAU and
>I'm running unstable but, assuming it's a SoundBlaster Live!, you need the
>emu10k1-synth module loaded.
>Easy fix is load it with modconf, an arguably "better" solution is to add a
>post-install line to /etc/modutils/alsa:
>post-install snd-emu10k1 modprobe snd-emu10k1-synth
>don't forget to run update-modules. I load my default soundfont the same way.
>I'll indulge myself with some pedanticism here and mention FYI that MIDI
>doesn't make any noise. It's yer wavetable that stopped working... Anyway
>loading the wavetable module is what you need.
oh I have now realised that you answered my email before I posted the
"No AWE synth..." version of it
(I got lost with so many emails and with my mail server which I blamed
for not delivering my email...)
many thanks. you were right and your solution may be more elegant than
adding to /etc/modules...
More information about the Linux-audio-user