On Sun, November 11, 2012 10:59 am, Tim E. Real wrote:
A utility that assigns midi controllers to alsa controls could be used for
any sound card I guess. Metering could be done with keyoff velocity events
(keyoff would not make noise if it accidentally got routed to a sound
module). Midi controller messages can go both ways too for that matter.
One thing I have noticed is that there are about 4 MIDI controller
applications floating around ... only one works on current libs, they are
that old... and none are being maintained. There are lots of mixers that
accept midi controller input, but none of them seem to output it. OSC is
new to me. I should learn it :) Midi I know quite well (at least the
original spec, not the add ons so much) I have made a hardware midi filter
in my younger days... hacked the Atari Mega 2 midi driver to add a pass
through so I could use it on two programs at once. The lack of MIDI
controller apps being considered It may be just as easy to do a curses UI
and ssh to it. Effectively a custom or customizable alsamixer.
Some of the things I would like to see in mudita by the way, is a
different multimixer IF. Instead of two sliders per mixer input, a single
slider with a pan would make a lot more sense. Then being able to take two
of those and link them would be nice. channels 1/2 + 9/10 IO at least are
often used as stereo pairs and channels 11/12 would be nice to have
controls for :) But I think all the other multimixer controls would have
to be adjusted at the same to to effect that. Maybe not worth it.
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