[LAU] Audio interface MIDI ports just showing on advanced mode
csanchezgs at gmail.com
Thu Aug 22 13:43:46 UTC 2013
2013/8/18 Jeremy Jongepier <jeremy at autostatic.com>
> On 08/18/2013 09:26 PM, Clemens Ladisch wrote:
> > Carlos sanchiavedraz wrote:
> >> The MIDI port on my UA25EX just shows up when audio card is in advanced
> >> driver mode
> > In Windows, the advanced mode is intended to be used with the Roland
> > drivers; disabling it should be necessary only when you're using it with
> > a system where these drivers are not installed. Due to bugs in the
> > built-in Windows USB MIDI driver, MIDI is made available only in
> > advanced mode.
> > In theory, Linux should support advanced mode.
> >> which by now is not the main mode I'm playing because of problems with
> >> this mode on Raspberry PI (for the moment It runs with jack1 and it
> >> won't start in advanced mode).
> > Which kernel are you using? To other programs (i.e., aplay/arecord)
> > work?
> >> I suppose that with Jack2 this won't be a problem
> > If this is a driver problem, Jack2 will not work either.
> > Regards,
> > Clemens
> I have the same issue with my UA25 on a Raspberry Pi. With advanced mode
> enabled the UA25 simply doesn't work well on the RPi. JACK does start
> but a lot of xruns are generated. My guess is that this is probably due
> to the poor USB implementation of the RPi. The workaround I use is
> adding an extra USB-MIDI cable.
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I thought that maybe someone could find some workaround. Well, by now I'll
stick with that "to be or not to be UA25 in/out MIDI". Let's see if we can
find some solution.
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