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Maybe you need to start the a2j (alsa to jack) midi bridge? It's in the KX
repos and you can start it / stop it from the cadence GUI or from a
On Wed, Sep 25, 2013 at 3:20 AM, Hartmut Noack wrote:
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Maybe you need to start the a2j (alsa to jack) midi bridge=
? It's in the KX repos and you can start it / stop it from the cadence =
GUI or from a terminal.
On Wed, Sep 25, 2013 at 3:20 AM, Hartmut Noack <firstname.lastname@example.org=
FingerPlayMIDI is a very nice App for Android, that turns the
touchscreen of a device into a MIDI-Controller with sliders, matrix and
I used it without any problem in Fedora 17 using its
FingerPlayServer-component on the Linux-Box to connect the stream from
the phone. It is a Java-Program, that is supposed to create a port like
Listening on 127.0.1.1:=
Waiting for connection from phone..
Set MIDI Device: VirMIDI [hw:3,3,11]
As said before, this worked perfectly OK in Fedora 17 but alas! In
Ubuntu 13.04 with KXStudio Layer the server starts as expected but there
is no port in Alsa-MIDI to be found.
The server gets the signals OK and reports no errors.
Does someone know, what could have changed in ALSA-MIDI and/or Jack-MIDI
that this port from a Java-app is not accepted anymore?
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