conrads at cox.net
Fri May 21 19:14:50 PDT 2004
On 21-May-2004 Mathew Kanner wrote:
> On May 21, Conrad Sabatier wrote:
>> On 21-May-2004 Tuc at Beach House wrote:
>> >> > So now I can't get anywhere. Is there any sort of mirror site for
>> >> > it?
>> >> Yeah, I meant to send in a problem report on that. Forgot about it.
>> >> Do a Google search for "eawpats". There are a number of sites carrying
>> >> the
>> >> needed instrument patches.
>> > Can't I just do :
>> > (cd /usr/ports/audio/eawpats;make;make install)
>> > It seems to have worked pretty well. The lyrics don't match whats
>> > playing, but atleast I get sound. :)
>> Ah, yes. I forgot there was a port for that. :-)
>> I do hope someday we'll see the return of real, full, true MIDI support. I
>> miss it. :-(
>> By the way, does anyone know anything about the status of MIDI support in
>> of the other BSDs?
> I'm getting closer and closer to import my midi work to
> FreeBSD (thanks to lots of positive response at BSDCan). I do know
> that I reference the NetBSD midi work, and that it appears to work.
Cool. One thing I'm curious about: are we talking about support for external
MIDI synths only, or the capability of using a soundcard's built-in MIDI synth?
It's been *ages* since we've had support for either, but I especially miss the
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