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