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Re: [fluid-dev] no midi on linux

From: Joe Corneli
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] no midi on linux
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2003 23:47:58 -0500

Eric Van Buggenhaut <address@hidden> writes:

> You probably want to install fluidsynth precompiled package.

> apt-get install fluidsynth

Thanks for the tip.

With the Debian version, I didn't get any complaints about "no midi" but
I did get this complaint:

fluidsynth: warning: Ignoring sample SineWave: can't use ROM samples
fluidsynth version 1.0.1

All I hear is a faint buzzing sound. (But I do hear something!)

> lspci -v

> might help you

I don't see anything about a sound card.  I think actually what I get
sound of of is the "built in" sound card (the thing I have my headphones
plugged into has plugs for line in, mic, speaker, joystick, midi, and
one other one; I get music using cd-console).  I don't think my 
computer knows it has a soundblaster card.

One would hope that the Debian alsa might autodetect the built in card?

Any further tests you can suggest running (to see if alsa is set up
properly) or files you could suggest looking at?


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