[LAU] MIDI Sequencer

Filipe Coelho falktx at falktx.com
Sun May 9 21:58:55 CEST 2021

On 09/05/21 20:54, Will Godfrey wrote:
> On Sat, 24 Apr 2021 09:57:40 -0500
> "Chris Caudle" <6807.chris at pop.powweb.com> wrote:
>> On Sat, April 10, 2021 11:36 am, mickski56 wrote:
>>>>> helio-workstation I haven't been able to build yet.
>>>> I found the interface a little off-putting, but that might just be
>>>> me. The menus do not have text, just small icons, so there was a lot
>>>> of random poking around to try and figure out what any item did.
>>>> Probably once you understand what the various menus do it will make
>>>> more sense, but I did not have time to play with it right now.
>>>> --
>>> Try running it a second time. First run for me also no text, second run
>>> next morning text was visible. So some rough edges but more usable.
>> You are right, the behavior is completely different when opening after the
>> first time.  It appears that the first time the application is run there
>> are some resources not yet setup, but when they are created the
>> application does not load them right away.  Run once, shut down, run again
>> and all the translated text labels and menus are available.
>> It does look like it could be interesting.
> Took a while to find time for this :(
> It seems that it doesn't send MIDI out, only audio from plugins, so
> unfortunately not what I want. I'm after pure ALSA MIDI which I can then link
> to internal and/or external synths.

If JACK is okay for you, you can use https://github.com/falkTX/JackAss/

I have heard of people having success with such setups.

There used to be a similar plugin but for ALSA-MIDI, something by 
drumfix, but I don't recall any details.

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