kmidi state of the onion
neil at qualityassistant.com
Sat Aug 16 21:41:04 BST 2003
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On Saturday August 16, 2003 07:37, Antonio Larrosa Jiménez wrote:
> El Saturday 16 August 2003 15:47, Russell Miller escribió:
> > > To my knowledge, that's better done at timidity level, but I agree I
> > > don't know much about timidity internals (except that kmid can
> > > already use timidity to synthesize sounds)
> > How does it do this? Through a timidity server, IPC with a timidity
> > process...?
> timidity server of course. run timidity++ with -iA and then leave the
> work of the sound driver to the sound driver :)
I don't see an -iA here. Timidity 2.11.3, FreeBSD 4.8.
Available interfaces (-i option):
-in ncurses interface
-iT vt100 interface
-id dumb interface
-ir remote interface
Supported dynamic load interfaces (/usr/local/lib/timidity):
Surely you don't mean the -ia Xaw interface? :-) If you mean -ir, doesnt'
that expose a port to the whole world?
Neil Stevens - neil at qualityassistant.com
"I'll believe it when I see it." -- George Walker Bush
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