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Thank you for your testing and suggestions.
This would need more work I'm not going to do. For serious audio work on
Linux you have to use JACK so I went straight for it.
> 3. You might look at Jammer's interface. The measures/bars view show
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=A0Thank you for your testing and suggestio=
1. smf (found by ./configure)
2. python-gtksourceview2 (found trying to run it--pleas=
e test for this in ./configure script).
=A0The check for python-gtk=
sourceview2 is missing. The full list of dependencies can be found here:=A0=
1. No need to require jack for simple MIDI. Maybe allow=
an option here. (Unfortunately, my jack is not working right now so could =
not play anything :-()
This would need more work I'm no=
t going to do. For serious audio work on Linux you have to use JACK so I we=
nt straight for it.=A0
2. With or without jack, need to be able to set some MI=
DI output device. Better, program should show up as an alsa/jack MIDI sourc=
e which can be connected using jack or alsa connections such as in qjackctl=
. (I see no provision for this in mma's CLI, however--does it do stdin-=
=A0Don't know if I unde=
rstand correctly. LinuxBand will create a JACK Midi port called linuxband-p=
layer. You can connect it using qjackctl. mma cli is a Midi generator not a=
3. You might look at Jammer's interface. The measur=
es/bars view show chords and styles (plus user part names and such). There =
is indication of tempo changes, key and time signatures and such, all in pl=
ace and all visible.
=A0Yes, thanks, I'll ch=
eck it out for inspiration.