[linux-audio-user] Problem with seq24: Where's the midi ports?

Dave Robillard drobilla at connect.carleton.ca
Tue May 23 20:35:41 EDT 2006

On Tue, 2006-05-23 at 23:52 +0200, Thomas Kuther wrote:
> On Tue, 23 May 2006 16:46:08 -0500
> Brian Dunn <job17and9 at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> > Wow I was just contemplating how much i would have to learn if i
> > wanted to write a patch that would add alsa-midi ports behavior to
> > seq24. looks like i should keep up with the change logs.  thanks for
> > the tip. Patching the midi signals to their apropriate posts is the
> > ideal behavior for me as the synths never seem to have the same port
> > number twice, and i was often in the position of saying to a
> > prospective listener "just wait a sec... it's really cool,
> > promise..." while fiddling with those pop up port lists to
> > reconfigure the outputs every time, trying to remember what zyn
> > channel number i put that sound on. Now it's just drag one line
> > across the screen, and wham. sound. now if seq24 could just lash, it
> > and zyn would be the ultimate time sucking beat looping dohicky. 
> > is any one working on adding lash support to seq24?
> > 
> > brian
> > 
> If i see that right, seq24 0.8.6 has --enable-lash switch.

The new ports thing is in part to allow Seq24 to restore properly as a
LASH client.

Let me know how it works.


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