[LAU] Softstep and Linux

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Date: Thursday, April 12, 2012 - 12:41 pm

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Hi dear LAUers.

I wanted to ask about Softstep and if anybody has any experience with this
on Linux. V=EDa USB it seems to work ok as a standard MIDI sender/receiver.
I'm particularly interested in I/O in the use of the application (Windows
version over Wine) they distribute to load scenes/presets and update its
firmware on board. You know that everything that sounds "firmware" is
risky. Would not want to fry my Softstep.

Thanks in advance.

P.S:
Softstep[1] is a footpedal controller that can send MIDI and OSD events
based on pressure, X axis, Y axis, etc. really complete.
You have more info here:
http://www.keithmcmillen.com/softstep/overview

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Carlos sanchiavedraz
* Musix GNU+Linux
http://www.musix.es

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Hi dear LAUers.I wanted to ask about Softstep and if anybody has an=
y experience with this on Linux. V=EDa USB it seems to work ok as a standar=
d MIDI sender/receiver.I'm particularly interested in I/O in the us=
e of the application (Windows version over Wine) they distribute to load sc=
enes/presets and update its firmware on board. You know that everything tha=
t sounds "firmware" is risky. Would not want to fry my Softstep.<=
br>

Thanks in advance.P.S:
Softstep[1] is a footpedal controller that can send MIDI and OSD events bas=
ed on pressure, X axis, Y axis, etc. really complete.
You have more info here:
http://www.keith=
mcmillen.com/softstep/overview

-- Carlos sanchiavedraz* Musix GNU+Linux=A0 http://www.musix.es

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