Re: [LAU] Ardour3/jackd: connecting MIDI in/outs ?

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Date: Sunday, April 14, 2013 - 8:26 pm

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On Sun, Apr 14, 2013 at 4:21 PM, wrote:

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no need for this sort of nonsense.

when you run a2jmidid -e EVERY hardware and software port on your system
will appear in the MIDI tab of qjackctl.

you can then connect up freely, 1-to-1, 1-to-many or many-to-1, however you
wish.

the whole point of a2jmidid is that you leave the world of ALSA MIDI alone,
and are able to operate entirely within the world of JACK MIDI.

> Another interesting thing would be to do the same, but replace Hydrogen b=
y

es
there is no propritary data going on - it is all MIDI, which is why MIDI
has been so successful.

the known devices dropdown has nothing to do with communication but simply
to do with being able to name patches, patch banks and controllers in a
device specific way. you don't *need* the names, it just makes it slightly
easier if you are using a device for which an accurate "MIDNAM" file exists=
.

> Thanks again, and I should be using the Ardour3 community site :-)

no, i hate forums. don't use them. use mailing lists or IRC. but yes, you
should be on the ardour-users mailing list with this stuff.

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On Sun, Apr 14, 2013 at 4:21 PM, <j=
onetsu@teksavvy.com
> wrote:

Le 14-04-2013 16:09, Paul Davis a =E9crit=A0:

Thanks, and thank for pointing out the manual.=A0 I found out that in qj=
ackctl's ALSA tab I can put the Axiom in the a2j thru channel and then =
in the MIDI tab, no need for this sort of n=
onsense.
when you run a2jmidid -e EVERY hardware and software port on your syste=
m will appear in the MIDI tab of qjackctl.you can then connect up f=
reely, 1-to-1, 1-to-many or many-to-1, however you wish. the whole =
point of a2jmidid is that you leave the world of ALSA MIDI alone, and are a=
ble to operate entirely within the world of JACK MIDI.
=A0
Another interesting thing would be to do the same, but replace Hydrogen =
by a hardware device.=A0 To have Ardour3 record MIDI data from an external =
keyboard, playing sounds on that external keyboard, and then the same times=
3 keyboards.=A0 There is a long drop-down list of known MIDI devices for a=
MIDI track.=A0 Does Ardour3 knows about proprietary data exchanges for eac=
h of these deices ?
there is no propritary data going on - it is al=
l MIDI, which is why MIDI has been so successful.the known devices =
dropdown has nothing to do with communication but simply to do with being a=
ble to name patches, patch banks and controllers in a device specific way. =
you don't *need* the names, it just makes it slightly easier if you are=
using a device for which an accurate "MIDNAM" file exists.
=A0
Thanks again, and I should be using the Ardour3 community site :-)no, i hate forums. don't use them. use mailin=
g lists or IRC. but yes, you should be on the ardour-users mailing list wit=
h this stuff.

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Re: [LAU] Ardour3/jackd: connecting MIDI in/outs ?, Len Ovens, (Sun Apr 14, 2:59 pm)
Re: [LAU] , , (Sun Apr 14, 7:56 pm)
Re: [LAU] Ardour3/jackd: connecting MIDI in/outs ?, Paul Davis, (Sun Apr 14, 8:09 pm)
Re: [LAU] , , (Sun Apr 14, 8:21 pm)
Re: [LAU] Ardour3/jackd: connecting MIDI in/outs ?, Paul Davis, (Sun Apr 14, 8:26 pm)
Re: [LAU] Ardour3/jackd: connecting MIDI in/outs ?, Paul Davis, (Sun Apr 14, 1:59 pm)