On 4 May 2013 16:06, Brent Busby wrote:
I was replying more in the context of JSynthLib / JavaSound as Praxis
LIVE's MIDI support is Java based. Should be the same with amidi
though if it only works with raw MIDI devices. vir-midi creates
virtual hardware devices that can be selected as outputs from programs
that only support raw MIDI, and makes them appear as ALSA devices that
you can connect via QJackCtl, etc.. If you've read the linked bug
report, you'll also notice I suggest to use a2jmidid which then makes
the virtual hardware devices appear as JACK MIDI devices.
You can try setting JSynthLib or amidi to play to one of the virtual
hardware outputs. IIRC this then loops back to the input device which
you can connect to whatever you want.
Hope that makes sense.
Neil C Smith
Artist : Technologist : Adviser
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