[LAU] FingerPlayServer in Ubuntu

hermann meyer brummer- at web.de
Wed Sep 25 17:13:08 UTC 2013

Am 25.09.2013 18:45, schrieb Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas:
> On Wednesday 25 September 2013 10:20:24 Hartmut Noack wrote:
>> Hello,
>> FingerPlayMIDI is a very nice App for Android, that turns the
>> touchscreen of a device into a MIDI-Controller with sliders, matrix and
>> pads.
>> http://code.google.com/p/fingerplaymidi
>> I used it without any problem in Fedora 17 using its
>> FingerPlayServer-component on the Linux-Box to connect the stream from
>> the phone. It is a Java-Program, that is supposed to create a port like
>> this:
> Try loading the ALSA virmidi module:
> $ sudo modprobe snd-virmidi
> If you need this module automagically loaded on boot, then add a line to
> /etc/modules:
> $ sudo echo "snd-virmidi" >> /etc/modules
> Regards,
> Pedro

I'm using Wireless Mixer

it comes with a server for linux which create his own port under the 
alsa tab. I've tried fingerplaymidi before, but it crashed here when I 
try to connect it with the server. Wireless Mixer do auto connect as 
soon the server run and works out of the box.
Here you get the server

(you need to run "qmake ." to create the make file, then make and run it)


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