[LAU] USB MIDI devices
llewellynbeasley at gmail.com
Tue Jul 28 01:11:35 EDT 2009
I have the PCR-300 and all the controls work fine, it appears as 3 midi
ports in Qjackctl and Patchage and you can control what messages (CC, Notes,
etc) are sent through which midi port on the keyboard itself. All the
buttons can be tweaked a lot and by default most of the controls are
disabled in the keyboard (ie. pads) but there are a lot of control presets.
Worked perfectly out of the box for me.
On Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 1:32 PM, andy baxter <
andy at earthsong.free-online.co.uk> wrote:
> I have just bought a Roland Edirol PCR-500 on ebay. The keyboard and
> pitch bend lever work fine out of the box in Ubuntu Linux (when you plug
> in the usb cable it just comes as an alsa midi device). Not sure yet
> about the other controls - knobs, sliders and pads.
> Joan Quintana wrote:
> > I would like to make a personal project. Buy in thinkgeek.com a Korg
> Nano Digital Music Controllers (
> http://www.thinkgeek.com/electronics/musical-instruments/af36/) and make
> it available for Linux, and make MIDI programming like I make in my several
> MIDI devices. I have no experience in USB MIDI devices and I want to ask if
> I can spend with no doubt the 50$ that costs.
> > For instance, USB MIDI keyboards are available in Linux like is explained
> in http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/USB_Midi_Keyboards
> > aconnect -i
> > client 72: 'MK-361 USB MIDI keyboard' [type=kernel]
> > 0 'MK-361 USB MIDI keyboard MIDI 1'
> > ...but I don't know if this is usefull for all USB MIDI devices like the
> ones that I say.
> > Thanks,
> > Joan Quintana
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