[linux-audio-user] Problem with seq24: Where's the midi ports?
petter.sundlof at findus.dhs.org
Tue May 23 16:52:54 EDT 2006
If you want it to revert to the old behaviour (see client names inside
pattern windows -- much less of a hassle IMO), change
[manual-alsa-ports] to say 0 in ~/.seq24rc, or if it was 1 -- I'm not
sure. There's a bug with the rc file versus the cli flag.
Joseph Jones wrote:
> So I'm looking into using seq24 as my midi sequencer (Rosegarden is
> slow as all hell, as well as bloated for my tastes, and MusE seems to
> have problems on my system).
> I'm fairly sure that I made some use of it when I first installed it,
> however, I've tried using it with qsynth over the last few days and I
> just can't seem to be able to connect the two at all. I'm rather
> concerned that seq24 doesn't seem to have any ports/clients listed in
> qjackctl's midi section.
> I can connect seq24 to busses and channels from inside seq24, but that
> doesn't seem to have any effect. The problem doesn't seem to lie with
> qsynth as I've been able to connect a software keyboard to it no
> Has anyone else experienced this at all and can offer some advice on
> the subject?
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