[ardour-users] Midi Bindings...
hanaghan at starband.net
Mon Mar 15 09:25:02 PST 2004
On Mon, 2004-03-15 at 09:22, R Parker wrote:
> 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
> Got all this already...
> Assuming midiC1D1 then ardour.rc would include
> "<MIDI-port tag="hw:0" device="/dev/snd/midiC1D0"
> type="alsa/raw" mode="duplex"/>
> 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
> than dd.
Aseqview is a good GUI tool to see what is being sent via Midi.
> --- 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
> > capable.
> > 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...
> > thanks
> > Russell
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