aaa, i succeeded in connecting my midi keyboard to bristol synth.

when i connect it, /dev/midi1 file is created.

qjackctl does not work in my windowmaker — when i start it, whole windowmaker hungs unless i don’t kill the process from pure terminal or via ssh.

so without jack, just alsa:

startBristol  -mini -audio alsa -midi alsa -channel 1 -mididev /dev/midi1

now it is necessary to connect midi keyboard’s output to bristol’s input:

client 20: ‘Impulse’ [type=kernel,card=1] 0 ‘Impulse MIDI 1 ‘ Connecting To: 128:0 1 ‘Impulse MIDI 2 ‘ client 128: ‘/dev/midi1’ [type=user,pid=11247] 0 ‘/dev/midi1 input’


connecting:

aconnect 20:0 128:0


works:

noch@hactar ~ $ aconnect -l client 0: ‘System’ [type=kernel] 0 ‘Timer ‘ 1 ‘Announce ‘ client 14: ‘Midi Through’ [type=kernel] 0 ‘Midi Through Port-0’ client 20: ‘Impulse’ [type=kernel,card=1] 0 ‘Impulse MIDI 1 ‘ Connecting To: 128:0 1 ‘Impulse MIDI 2 ‘ client 128: ‘/dev/midi1’ [type=user,pid=11247] 0 ‘/dev/midi1 input’ Connected From: 20:0 noch@hactar ~ $ ```

now i can play on midi keyboard and get sounds of moog mini. aaa.

#midi #linux #bristol #alsa #midi_keyboard #keyboard #console #sound #audio

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