[ardour-users] Midi Bindings...
rtp405 at yahoo.com
Mon Mar 15 09:22:22 PST 2004
You can use 'dd bs=1 if=/dev/snd/midiC1D1' to
interactively find the file that messages are being
written into. You'll probably find a number of
possible files. Here's mine:
midiC0D0 midiC0D3 midiC0D6 midiC1D1 midiC1D4
midiC1D7 midiC2D2 midiC2D5 midiC3D0 midiC3D3
midiC0D1 midiC0D4 midiC0D7 midiC1D2 midiC1D5
midiC2D0 midiC2D3 midiC2D6 midiC3D1 midiC3D4
midiC0D2 midiC0D5 midiC1D0 midiC1D3 midiC1D6
midiC2D1 midiC2D4 midiC2D7 midiC3D2 midiC3D5
Assuming midiC1D1 then ardour.rc would include
"<MIDI-port tag="hw:0" device="/dev/snd/midiC1D0"
I'm not particularly good at configuring MIDI stuff
and honestly don't even know how I manage. There is an
alsa tool that's intended for tracing MIDI but I
forget its name and location. It's probably better
--- Russell Hanaghan <hanaghan at starband.net> wrote:
> I dont have an external Midi control mixer as such
> but midisport 2x2
> interface and other foot pedals that are midi
> I wish to assign bindings as described possible, to
> channel faders, fx
> gain and volume controls, etc.
> Ardour is recognizing my midi interface (assigned as
> hw:0 with no
> complaints in the console window) and I have checked
> MMC and MTC boxes
> in Options box. I can see my controller sending midi
> messages (CC pedal
> and Prog change) in the console, but cannot figure
> how to assign a
> binding in Ardour...
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> ardour-users at lists.ardour.org
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