midish is a MIDI sequencer/filter implemented as a shell-like interpreter.
It's intended to be lightweight, fast and reliable for real-time performance.
Important features are: multiple MIDI devices handling, synchronisation to
external MIDI devices, real-time MIDI filtering/routing (controller mapping,
keyboard splitting, ...), track recording and editing (insert, copy, delete,
quantize...), import and export of standard MIDI files, system exclusive
Midish is an open-source MIDI sequencer/filter for Unix-like operating
systems. Implemented as a simple command-line interpreter, it's intended to
be lightweight, fast and reliable for real-time performance.
- multiple MIDI devices handling
- synchronization to external audio/MIDI hardware/software
- real-time MIDI filtering/routing (controller
mapping, keyboard splitti
midish for Debian
Don't forget to configure your MIDI devices by loading the appropriate kernel
modules. Then, you may add 'dnew' lines in /etc/midishrc accordingly in order
to make midish use them, for instance:
dnew 0 "28:0" rw
dnew 1 "29:0" rw
-- Alexandre Ratchov <firstname.lastname@example.org> Thu, 19 Aug 2010 00:04:05 +0200