[linux-audio-dev] Best-performing Linux-friendly MIDI interfaces?

Albert Graef Dr.Graef at t-online.de
Fri Jun 10 18:55:06 EDT 2005


>> The thing is, MidiShare rocks on all angles.

Yeah, especially the dynamic routing capabilities, without having to set 
up special loopback devices.

> Jay, if you're looking for cross-platform MIDI solutions there's also 
> PortMIDI which is being used as the primary MIDI system for Csound5.

Yes, but last time I looked it didn't have standard MIDI file I/O yet, 
whereas the SMF support in MidiShare is just great. That's an important 
thing you'll need in almost any serious MIDI application.

Albert

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Dr. Albert Gr"af
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