Re: [linux-audio-user] alsa midi processor again

From: Iain Duncan <iainduncan@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Tue Jul 19 2005 - 07:34:23 EEST

I believe someone is also doing a python wrapper for portmidi too.


Peter Brinkmann wrote:
>>>Basically I'd like to have input from at least 3 keyboards distributed
>>>to various alsa clients, maybe with some splits. The setup needs to be
>>>recallable from command line...
>>I'm sure you can get Pd to do what you want, especially if Frank
>>Barknecht advises you. ;-)
>>However, there's a nice project just waiting for an enterprising Linux
>>audio/MIDI app developer: a software equivalent to the Yamaha MEP4 (MIDI
>>event processor). The MEP4 was a rechannelizer, splitter, MIDI event
>>filter/modifier, etc. It was great fun to use and very handy around the
>>hardware MIDI studio. Google for ' Yamaha MEP4' for more info.
> This sort of thing should be easy to implement using my Python bindings
> for the ALSA sequencer. I don't have time to do this right now, but if
> someone wants to give it a try (Atte?), I'd be more than happy to help.
> Best,
> Peter
> PS: You can find the Python bindings at
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