Re: [linux-audio-user] Looking for midi libraries / dev and source example for playback

From: Patrick Stinson <patrickkidd.lists@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Sun Apr 16 2006 - 21:59:51 EEST

I wrote python bindings for rtmidi and rtaudio. rtmidi is actually
pretty nice to work with thanks to a clean C++ interface.

On 4/16/06, Julien Claassen <> wrote:
> Hi!
> What exactly are you looking for? Are you looking for a midi-library, to
> write your own code, that can play/capture midi, or are you looking for
> ready-made programs, that can do that, with source-code?
> If you're looking for a lib to write your own code there's the original
> alsamidi api, Matthias Nagorni has written a small tutorial for midi and pcm.
> There a c++-library, which is called rtmidi, it is very small and as I heard
> it is easy to use.
> The alsa-stuff you can get at
> Where you can find the rtmidi lib I don't remember, but it was posted here a
> few weeks back.
> If you'relooking for already existing with source-code: again alsa is your
> choice, there's the aplaymidi included, you can get rosegarden, timidity and
> other midi-sequencers, have a look at:
> for links to the mentioned software.
> Kindest regards
> Julien
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Patrick Kidd Stinson
Received on Mon Apr 17 00:15:04 2006

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