Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] [ANN] New MIDI Router/Filter
From: Russell Hanaghan (hanaghan_AT_starband.net)
Date: Wed Jul 28 2004 - 21:20:11 EEST
Not a rocket scientist on building software here...
How do I build this? I'm using Mandrake 10.0. Is there a new Suse rpm?
Sometimes they install on my system too.
On Wed, 2004-07-28 at 02:18, Matthias Nagorni wrote:
> recently I rewrote QMidiRoute completely and obtained a utility that is
> useful not only for keyboard splitting:
> QMidiRoute is a filter/router for MIDI events. Possible types
> include Note On/Off, Controller, Pitchbend, Program Change.
> Events are mapped in one or several maps. Each map has an input and an
> output section. The input section determines the set of events which should
> be processed by the respective map. The output section specifies the
> modifications that are applied to the input event before it is passed to
> the output port.
> If an input event matches several maps, each map will send an output event.
> The tab "Unmatched" specifies what happens with events that do not match
> any map. They can be either discarded (the default) or sent to a selectable
> output port.
> Map settings can be saved/retrieved. There is also a cmdline option
> for loading to allow easy use of QMidiRoute e.g. in scripts.
> QMidiRoute also includes an event log window for note, controller,
> pitchbend and program change events.
> Feedback is appreciated. Maybe you can think of further use cases which
> require an extension of QMidiRoute...
> Have a lot of fun !
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