Yes, as Massy points out, having MIDi access is good and if possible a list
of controller numbers and what they do. Well the other thing is, of course
having a good controller there.
Hm I wonder: Is there a commandline/console app, that can change MIDi
controllers just from the computer keyboard? Just a thought... Otherwise,
still an editor is a good idea.
If you ever have some sparetime over at the Yoshimi team, Nick Copeland
wrote a wonderful text based interface for his bristol. You have to ask him,
how horrible that was, but from his output I got the feeling, that it wasn't a
killer. It's an interface, that works a bit like vim
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