Re: [ecasound] ecasound and midi

From: Dubphil <dubphil@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Wed Aug 17 2005 - 03:28:09 EEST

> The answer in short:
> ""The number(176) displayed by gmidimon is the decimal value of the status
> byte for the controller message (0xB0 in hex) and means that it is just a
> controller message on channel 0. This program also displays MIDI channels
> starting from 0 instead of 1. The 'Data1' column shows the controller
> number (1), and 'Data2' shows the controller amount (54). Your command
> line could be: "-km:1,0,1000,1,1".""

Thanks Kai, sorry but I certainly missed the Pedro's message on LAU if
not, I would certainly not post this on the ecasound list.
Nevertheless, everything is much clear and I will test this straight
forward with my config.

I don't want to flame on LAU, but the means of erratic monitoring was not
on the monitors output, but strictly on the ability to monitor or not the
midi devices.



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