[Ardour-Users] Ardour MIDI Kludge (AMK)

Peter Geirnaert peter.geirnaert at gmail.com
Tue Nov 10 03:39:08 PST 2009

The updated package builds nice on AVLinux2rc2.2 (didn't try the first one)

I extracted the package, clicked on build.sh, then clicked on the resulting
amk executable,
started Ardour,
'disconnect' the 'input' of a track,
then 'edit' the input and choose tab 'amk' > out, and do the same with the
output of that track, but choose 'amk' > in.
The second output of the track has to be removed for the MIDI to work.

I recorded some MIDI drums using a hi hat foot controller (=many cc#10
messages), but when I want to play the recorded data, I get lots of the same
error in the terminal where I launched amk:
RtMidiOut::sendMessage: event parsing error!

When I just record a few notes, they are played like I recorded them, no

The mute function of the midi-audio track also doesn't stop the midi from
being sent (or I'm using it wrong)

I'll test if it can record and send sysex messages later ...

Thanks already!

On Tue, Nov 10, 2009 at 10:45 AM, Carlo Capocasa
<theman at carlocapocasa.com>wrote:

> I have updated the package accordingly.
> > try replacing this line:
> >
> > g++ -Wall -D__LINUX_ALSASEQ__ -o amk amk.cxx RtMidi.cpp -lasound
> -lpthread -ljack
> >
> > with this line:
> >
> > g++ -Wall -D__LINUX_ALSASEQ__ -o amk amk.cxx RtMidi.cpp -lasound
> -lpthread `pkg-config --cflags --libs jack`
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