Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] How to make MIDI works with linux
From: Eduardo Guerrero (felixe_AT_gmail.com)
Date: Wed Jul 07 2004 - 02:50:18 EEST
Use qjackctl so you can connect your midi device to Rosegarden. And if
you want to hear it you can do several ways:
- use Zynaddsubfx (a soft-synth) connected to the midi out of the
keyboard via the qjackctl panel
- use some other soft-synth
- use a soundfont player, I can't recall the name of the one I use.
The first method is my favorite. Zyn is a great synth.
On Wed, 07 Jul 2004 01:38:46 +0200, reed <stefano.cardo_AT_fastwebnet.it> wrote:
> Hi all!!!
> I have this hardware:
> Roland E30 keyboard
> Creative PCI 128
> Monitors left and right
> 1) I want to play on the keyboad and record the midi events to rosegarden.
> 2) I want to play rosegarden through PCI 128 that make the Roland speaker play my midi.
> Is it possible? I have jackd up and running.
> Thanks so much!!
> Stefano Cardo
> Debian DeMuDi GNU/Linux User
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