Re: [linux-audio-user] MIDI connections in MusE?

From: Clemens Ladisch <cladisch@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Mon Aug 28 2006 - 16:55:35 EEST

yonatan wrote:
> - I can successfully start qjackctl, one fst, MusE, add a MIDI track, and
> connect the track it to the synthesizer by routing the track through the
> MIDI "through port 0" from within MusE and routing the "MIDI through port
> 0"
> to the software synthesizer from within qjackctl's MIDI connections (I
> find
> the "through port 0" in MusE's MIDI setup)
> - However, even when I start more than one syntheisizer (e.g. multiple
> instances of fst), I am still left with only the 1 MIDI port (the
> "through
> port 0") in MusE's MIDI connections. So no matter how many tracks I add,
> they each must use the same "through port 0", and I can't find a way to
> distinguish between them in qjackctl and route each track to a different
> synthesizer.

You could connect the track directly to the synthesizer, but this
requires that the synth is already running.

To get more than one "through" port, use the "ports" parameter of the
snd-seq-dummy module, i.e., add a line like

options snd-seq-dummy ports=5

to your /etc/modprobe.conf, or use whatever configuration tool is
provided by your distribution.

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