audio/rosegarden is rather antiquated
michaelnottebrock at gmx.net
Fri Mar 4 23:10:18 PST 2005
On Friday, 4. March 2005 22:31, Lauri J Järvenpää wrote:
> Audio/rosegarden is antiquated, like anthem and midimountain, and new
> version would be desirable. But as it seems to need ALSA I guess it is
> Which brings me to a bit off-topic point:
> Are there any MIDI sequencers in ports which would allow the use of
> software MIDI synths, like fluidsynth or timidity?
> Or is there some way to
> route /dev/midi(??) to a software synth.
> In other words, are there any MIDI sequencers in the port tree that would
> allow some audible playback in a form or another.
> Such sequencers would be
> highly needed, both in software form and in hardware (MIDI in/out) form.
Either provide help in the efforts to get MIDI support back into FreeBSD or
use 4front's commercial OSS drivers.
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