[linux-audio-user] attn Clemens Ladisch; amdi Error
Eric Dantan Rzewnicki
rzewnickie at rfa.org
Fri Mar 18 12:32:06 EST 2005
On Fri, Mar 18, 2005 at 06:39:23AM -0800, R Parker wrote:
> --- Clemens Ladisch <clemens at ladisch.de> wrote:
> > R Parker wrote:
> > > > > I'm trying to upgrade the software version of
> > a Tascam
> > > > > DM-24 digital mixing consol using amidi.
> > > Tried; 'aplaymidi -p 72:1 -d 5 flash.mid' but it
> > > produces "MIDI file Dump Error ! -> Code = f1"
> > This invocation looks OK.
> > What does "Code f1" mean?
> Not a clue. I went through the DM-24 manual trying to
> find that message and couldn't. Even if I had it might
> not have been informative--based on the other
> I broke down and used a Macintosh with a MIDI
> sequencer application titled Midigraphy. It worked
> fine but what I don't get is what is different between
> midigraphy and aplaymidi or muse.
Midigraphy was one of the last pieces of software I ever paid for before
switching to Free Software. I think the shareware license was $25 or
$30. I used it to compose these silly little pieces:
using the cheasy GMish softsynth that came along with MacOS 8, mostly
painting the notes or playing the onscreen keyboard with a
(single-button) mouse. One of these days I have to try and resurrect my
old powermac and try to re-export those sequences to aiff so I can make
ogg vorbis encodings to replace the mp3s.
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