Re: [linux-audio-user] Python & ALSA --- documentation

From: Leonard \ <paniq@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Sat Jul 23 2005 - 14:49:04 EEST

i recently evaluated your package while searching for a standard looking alsa
midi wrapper, but the package seems to be focused on your application.

any chance you could break off the alsa midi part and make it a separate

On Saturday 23 July 2005 03:22, Peter Brinkmann wrote:
> Atte, Iain, Tim, and everyone else who's interested in Python and ALSA:
> As promised, I've put together some documentation of my Python bindings
> for the ALSA sequencer API. You can find the new version at
> The module is the heart and soul of the package. I've added
> a simple MIDI file player,, as a tutorial that shows most
> aspects of the bindings in action.
> The package also contains a number of other applications built with
> the bindings. Most of them are pretty straightforward, except possibly
> MidiKinesis, which I presented at LAC 2005, and the new module
> That one receives control change messages from, say,
> a MIDI controller keyboard and converts their rate of change into
> MIDI tempo messages. The MIDI file player,, pays attention
> to incoming tempo messages, so that you can plug into
> in order to create a virtual hand organ.
> Any feedback would be appreciated; questions are always welcome.
> All the best,
> Peter

-- leonard "paniq" ritter
Received on Sat Jul 23 16:15:10 2005

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